Remotely sensed imagery is becoming an increasingly critical information source for the sustainable management of forest and agricultural resources.
There has been enormous recent growth in the availability of imagery and an accompanying reduction in cost. The data can be used to help answer multi-dimensional questions regarding the spatial distribution and condition of the resources, the changes to these resources spatially and over time, and the impacts of changing natural processes and human activities.
Converting the data into meaningful information for resource management, requires an understanding of the data, the methods and tools to use and their limitations. Margules Groome staff have a wealth of experience in acquiring, processing and interpreting aerial and satellite imagery combined with a sound understanding of the needs of end-users. We can assist your company in:
- sourcing suitable imagery
- preparing the imagery for use (georeferencing, orthorectifying, mosaicing)
- producing forest and agricultural cover-type maps
- mapping changes resulting from harvesting operations and natural disturbances
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