alexa Fusion of Hyperspectral and L-Band SAR Data to Estimate Fractional Vegetation Cover in a Coastal California Scrub Community

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Fusion of Hyperspectral and L-Band SAR Data to Estimate Fractional Vegetation Cover in a Coastal California Scrub Community

Coastal shrub ecosystems in California have a high degree of biological diversity and endemism, and provide critical habitat for a large number of rare, endangered, and threatened animal and plant species. These mixed herbaceous-shrub communities are of interest because they dominate the central and southern coastal regions of California, but have been largely overlooked as a key biomass carbon component. Coastal scrub covers 7% of the region and is the fourth most extensive vegetation class in the state.

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https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/fusion-of-hyperspectral-and-l-band-sar-data-to-estimate-fractional-vegetation-cover-in-a-coastal-california-scrub-community-2169-0049.1000104.php?aid=6613
 
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