Floral diversity in desert ecosystems: Comparing field sampling to image analyses in assessing species cover

CITATION: Ksiksi, T.S. & El-Keblawy, A.A., 2013. Floral diversity in desert ecosystems: Comparing field sampling to image analyses in assessing species cover. BMC Ecology, 13(1), p.22. ABSTRACT: Background: Developing a quick and reliable technique to estimate floral cover in deserts Continue reading Floral diversity in desert ecosystems: Comparing field sampling to image analyses in assessing species cover

Digital hemispherical photography for estimating forest canopy properties: current controversies and opportunities

CITATION: Chianucci, F. & Cutini, A., 2012. Digital hemispherical photography for estimating forest canopy properties: current controversies and opportunities. iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry, 5(6), pp.290–295. ABSTRACT: Hemispherical photography has been used since the 1960s in forest ecology. Nevertheless, specific Continue reading Digital hemispherical photography for estimating forest canopy properties: current controversies and opportunities

Measurement of Crown Cover and Leaf Area Index Using Digital Cover Photography and Its Application to Remote Sensing

CITATION: Pekin, B. & Macfarlane, C., 2009. Measurement of Crown Cover and Leaf Area Index Using Digital Cover Photography and Its Application to Remote Sensing. Remote Sensing, 1(4), pp.1298–1320. ABSTRACT: Digital cover photography (DCP) is a high resolution, vertical field-of-view Continue reading Measurement of Crown Cover and Leaf Area Index Using Digital Cover Photography and Its Application to Remote Sensing

Photographs and herbarium specimens as tools to document phenological changes in response to global warming

CITATION: Miller-Rushing, A.J. et al., 2006. Photographs and herbarium specimens as tools to document phenological changes in response to global warming. American Journal of Botany, 93(11), pp.1667–1674. ABSTRACT: Global warming is affecting natural systems across the world. Of the biological Continue reading Photographs and herbarium specimens as tools to document phenological changes in response to global warming