The use of large scale aerial photographs in the evaluation of Western Australian rangelands
Aerial surveys, Aerial photography, Rangelands
The results of qualitative and quantitative interpretations demonstrate that large scale photographs are an ideal base for mapping and recording individual plant species in a variety of plant communities. In some instances the colour photographs were sufficient to identify certain plant species, but, with most plant species, and with surface litter and soil conditions, colour-infrared was superior.
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Carneggie, D M, Wilcox, D G, and Hacker, R B. (1971), The use of large scale aerial photographs in the evaluation of Western Australian rangelands. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia. Technical Bulletin 10.
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