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Detecting Calcareous Periphyton Mats in the Greater Everglades Using Passive Remote Sensing Methods
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  • Daniel Gann, GIS-RS Center, Florida International University
  • Jennifer H. Richards, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  • Sylvia S Lee, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  • Evelyn E. Gaiser, Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University
Date of this Version
1-1-2015
Document Type
Book Chapter
Disciplines
Abstract
Use of remotely sensed data for environmental and ecological assessment has recently become more widespread in wetland research and management and advantages and limitations of this approach have been addresses (Ozesmi and Bauer 2002). Applications of remote sensing (RS) methods vary in spatial and temporal extent and resolution, in the types of data acquired, and in digital processing and pattern recognition algorithms used.
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Chapter from Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem.

Citation Information
Gann, D., J.H. Richards, S. Lee, & E. Gaiser. (2015). Detecting Calcareous Periphyton Mats in the Greater Everglades Using Passive Remote Sensing Methods. In J. A. Entry, A. D. Gottlieb, K. Jayachandran, & A. Ogram (Eds.), Microbiology of the Everglades Ecosystem (pp. 350–372). CRC Press. http://doi.org/doi:10.1201/b18253-17