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Title: Estimating forest species composition using a multi-sensor approach
Author: Wolter, P.T.;
Source: American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009. 90(52): Fall Meet. Suppl. abstract #B31A-0312.
Publication Series: Other
Description: The magnitude, duration, and frequency of forest disturbance caused by the spruce budworm and forest tent caterpillar has increased over the last century due to a shift in forest species composition linked to historical fire suppression, forest management, and pesticide application that has fostered the increase in dominance of host tree species. Modeling approaches are currently being used to understand and forecast potential management effects in changing insect disturbance trends.
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Wolter, P.T. 2009. Estimating forest species composition using a multi-sensor approach. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2009. 90(52): Fall Meet. Suppl. abstract #B31A-0312.
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