Remotely-sensed foliage cover and ground-measured stand attributes are complimentary when estimating tree hollow abundances across relictual woodlands in agricultural landscapes
Hollows, also known as tree cavities, are critical to the survival of many animal species but are too poorly mapped across landscapes to allow for their adequate consideration in regional planning. Managing cost is important, so we tested whether freely available satellite-derived foliage projective cover and field-measured stand attributes could be used separately or combined to predict tree hollow abundance in relictual Australian temperate woodlands. Satellite-derived foliage projective...[Show more]
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