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A Comparison of GIS Approaches to Slope Instability Zonation in the Central Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia
(Virginia Tech, 2004-10-22)
<p> To aid in forest management, various approaches using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) have been used to identify the spatial distributions of relative slope instability. This study presents a systematic evaluation ...
Opportunities for an Online GIS-Based Wood Supply Management System
(Virginia Tech, 2009-02-13)
The forest industry has become more complex due in part to increasing global competition. The highly fragmented nature of the forest industry supply chain and lack of interaction between industry segments can cause major ...
Exploring the “Where” and the “Why” of Conservation Easements: The Role of Community-level Factors in the Likelihood of Adoption
(Virginia Tech, 2016-12-09)
Over the past several decades conservation easements have seen immense growth in their popularity. There are now over 40 million acres of easement land in the United States, up from only 1.4 million in 1998. A significant ...
Positional accuracy in a natural resource database: comparison of a single-photo resection versus affine registration
(Virginia Tech, 1995-04-05)