The Use of Remote Sensing in Habitat Management for Wildlife. Helen Holdsworth EES 5053 University of Texas at San Antonio December 2, 2006. www.hdw-inc.com. www.fws.com. cache.britannica.com. Problem Statement.
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The Use of Remote Sensing in Habitat Management for Wildlife
University of Texas at San Antonio
December 2, 2006
The ability to accurately assess habitat with remote sensing imagery should allow researchers to be more specific in their assessments and recommendations for habitat management.
Habitat fragmentation and urban encroachment are two of the major factors threatening wildlife species around the world.
Image from TNRIS
Image from published paper, Journal of Wildlife Management
Number of patches
Mean nearest neighbor
Image from Google Earth
Image from www.forestera.nau.edu/vw2/images/wmpala__assess_area.gif