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Using Cloud Computing for Mapping Seasonal Landscape Fires in Eastern Zambia
The availability of geospatial information has increased dramatically over the years and huge amounts of data are collected each day. Earth observation satellites such as Landsat deliver several hundred gigabytes of data ...
Spatial Methods for Broad-Scale Assessment of Deer Browse Impacts in Virginia
Biodiversity has become a central focus of conservation effort and research over the past several decades. Ungulates are important modifiers in many ecosystems and can significantly alter biodiversity. Throughout the eastern ...
Spatial Data for Agent-Based Wood Supply Chain Modeling
The Center for Natural Resources Assessment and Decision Support (CeNRADS) in the College of Natural Resources and Environment at Virginia Tech has been tasked with developing tools, data, and knowledge for analyzing ...
Investigating Forest Conversion Across Several Scales of Urbanization in the Eastern United States
Urbanization in the United States has clearly impacted land cover, and land use and land cover change (LULCC) patterns. A great body of literature has addressed the negative results of increased sprawl and a supporting ...
Producing a Canopy Height Map Over a Large Region Using Heterogeneous LIDAR Datasets
Accurate and unbiased wall-to-wall canopy height maps for large regions are useful to forest scientists and managers for several reasons such as carbon accounting and wildfire fuel-load monitoring. Airborne lidar is ...