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Record number 400182
Title Alien and invasive woody species in the dunes of the Wadden Sea Island of Vlieland: a remote sensing approach
Author(s) Hantson, W.; Kooistra, L.; Slim, P.A.
Source Wageningen : Alterra (Alterra-report 2101) - 54
Department(s) Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing
CE - Vegetation and Landscape Ecology
PE&RC
Publication type Scientific report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) struiken - invasie - cartografie - remote sensing - classificatie - prunus serotina - rosa rugosa - natuurbescherming - nederland - nederlandse waddeneilanden - shrubs - invasion - mapping - classification - nature conservation - netherlands - dutch wadden islands
Categories Remote Sensing / Vegetation Research
Abstract In this study we mapped (alien) invasive shrubs for management and conservation purposes. On the study site, the Wadden Sea Island of Vlieland, they are a serious treat for the quality of the grey dune habitat. We developed a remote sensing approach that delivers detailed and standardized maps of (alien) shrub cover. Three classification methods are used: maximum likelihood (ML) classification of aerial photographs, maximum likelihood classification aerial photographs combined with vegetation heights derived from LIDAR data (ML+), and object-based shrub classification.
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