Hill, R.A., Smith, G. M. and Fuller, R. M., 2001. Mapping Hedgerows in a Landscape Context Using Airborne Remote Sensing Data. In: Hedgerows of the world: their ecological functions in different landscapes: 10th Annual Conference of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, 5-8 September 2001, University of Birmingham, England.
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Hedgerows of the world : their ecological functions in different landscapes : proceedings of the tenth annual IALE(UK) conference, held at Birmingham University, 5th-8th September 2001 / edited by Colin Barr and Sandrine Petit. Recent developments in airborne remote sensing technology have enabled a progression from land cover classification towards landscape modelling using digital imagery. Landscape features such as hedgerows can be modelled in 3-dimensions, enabling characteristics such as structure, pattern, connectivity and context to be discerned at synoptic scales. This paper provides an introductory overview to the mapping of hedgerows in a landscape context using airborne remote sensing data.
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|Subjects:||Geography and Environmental Studies|
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|Group:||School of Applied Sciences > Centre for Conservation, Ecology and Environmental Change|
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