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The goal of this project is to develop a land cover map of the transition area between Redding and Whiskeytown. Students are guided through standard procedures for image processing and classification before deciding...
This remote sensing lesson focuses on growing seasons. The project study area is in East-central Illinois, which has some of the most fertile soils in the world. Soil fertility is often connected to issues like soil...
This lesson uses GIS and ENVI to find soil production values that can be compared,contrasted, and used for true and full fair agricultural tax parcel assessment. The materials may be downloaded in PDF, ZIP and RAR...
American Forests recommends that urban areas have a 40% tree canopy to help reduce air temperatures and improve air quality. Making that determination can be a painstaking process. Remotely-sensed imagery can automate...
This learning unit uses GIS, GPS, and satellite imagery to classify land into suitable areas of grazing on a ranch west of Casper, Wyoming. The unit can be adapted for any study site. It incorporates soil data from the...
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