A new approach allows for mapping Rapid Ohia Death in Hawaii’s last remaining native forests.
A spectral basis for detection, mapping, and monitoring the spread of Rapid Ohia Death in Hawaiian forests.
On today’s episode, we discuss the cutting-edge remote sensing technologies used to monitor ecosystems like rainforests and coral reefs. We also listen to a few ecoacoustic recordings that are used to analyze species richness in tropical forests.
Foliar defense operates uniquely from foliar growth in tropical forest canopies.
Huge mapped potential for forest conservation and climate change mitigation in northern Borneo