A method for predicting native vegetation condition at regional scales
Regional-scale mapping of vegetation characteristics such as extent, configuration, composition and condition are critical for managing native vegetation. The extent and configuration of native vegetation is typically mapped using remote sensing, and plant species and communities are typically mapped using statistical models built with explanatory variables derived from GIS layers. Such research has paid limited attention to the 'condition' of native vegetation and rarely are explanatory...[Show more]
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