Predicting bird habitat resources in temperate woodlands using remotely sensed data : case study in the Great Western Woodlands, southwestern Australia
Scant data exist that can inform conservation planners in the Great Western Woodlands (GWW). Yet this extensive area of temperate woodland in southwestern Western Australia is vital for the conservation of many woodland bird species. In this thesis, a modelling approach was developed for predicting the potential distribution of woodland bird habitat functional groups in GWW as a function of their habitat resource use. This model was generated from remotely sensed data-based inputs in...[Show more]
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