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Title: Remote Sensing Techniques for Rapid Assessment of Forest Damage Caused by Catastrophic Climatic Events, NA-TP-01-01

Author: Ciesla, William; Frament, William; Miller-Weeks, Margaret;

Date: 2001

Source: USDA Forest Service State and Private Forestry Northeastern Area 11 Campus Boulevard, Suite 200 Newtown Square, PA 19073, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team 2150 Centre Avenue, Suite 331 Fort Collins, CO 80526-1891, NA-TP-01-01

Publication Series: Technical Bulletin

Description: Catastrophic climatic events such as hurricanes, tornadoes, and ice storms can cause billions of dollars in damage to infrastructure and personal property, loss of lives, and damage to natural resources. Forests are especially susceptible to these events. The following is a list of recent climatic events in North America that have had devastating effects on forest resources. NA-TP-01-01

Keywords: NA-TP-01-01, remote sensing techniques, remote sensing, climate forest damage, climate events, climatic events, hurricanes, tornadoes, ice storms, property loss

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Ciesla, William; Frament, William; Miller-Weeks, Margaret 2001. Remote Sensing Techniques for Rapid Assessment of Forest Damage Caused by Catastrophic Climatic Events, NA-TP-01-01. USDA Forest Service State and Private Forestry Northeastern Area 11 Campus Boulevard, Suite 200 Newtown Square, PA 19073, Forest Health Technology Enterprise Team 2150 Centre Avenue, Suite 331 Fort Collins, CO 80526-1891, NA-TP-01-01

 


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