Utilizing Airborne Hyperspectral Pushbroom Scanners to Predict Habitat Complexity in Forests for Wildlife Management Airborne videographic remote sensing is a relatively recent technology that can provide inexpensive and high-spatial-resolution imagery for forest & wildland management.
Tropical deforestation continues to be a major driver of biodiversity loss and greenhouse gas emissions. Remote sensing technology is increasingly used to assess changes in forest cover, species distributions and carbon stocks. However, satellite and airborne sensors can be prohibitively costly and inaccessible for researchers in developing countries.
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