alexa Remote Sensing of Phragmites australis Invasion in Delaware Tidal Marsh Zones: Issues to Consider

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Remote Sensing of Phragmites australis Invasion in Delaware Tidal Marsh Zones: Issues to Consider

Remote sensing techniques present a means to detect, map, and monitor Phragmites with varying degrees of success. In early 80s, Ihse and Graneli identified the relationship between Phragmites live shoot biomass and the infrared/red reflectance ratio using a hand-held digital instrument. Color aerial photos with high spatial resolution have shown potential as a tool for mapping P. australis with acceptable accuracy. Bailey conducted a remote sensing study on the extent of P. australis in Blackbird Creek Watershed, Delaware using color infrared aerial photography.

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