Techniques Imaging Spectroscopy
Canopy water content is the most sensitive physiological measure of giant sequoia susceptibility to drought.
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.