alexa Thirty Year Analysis of Forest and Scrub Canopy Cover

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Thirty Year Analysis of Forest and Scrub Canopy Cover

The potential for negative effects such as habitat loss and high severity wildfires on endemic and threatened biological resources on the United States Pacific coast from recent climate warming has received increasing attention. This study was designed to quantify, for the first time, variations in forest and coastal bluff scrub canopy density and related growth rates using 30 consecutive years of April-to-June Landsat satellite image data for the central California coast around Big Sur.

Citation:  Potter C (2016) Thirty Year Analysis of Forest and Scrub Canopy Cover on the Big Sur Coast of California using Landsat Imagery. J Ecosys Ecograph 6:199.

 
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