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Large-scale aerial photo comparison for detecting pine dieback



Large-scale aerial photo comparison for detecting pine dieback



Australian Forestry 48(2): 102-108



Large-scale 70-mm colour and black-and-white aerial photographs were compared with ground observations for interpreting dieback in drought-stressed radiata pine. Eighty percent of classifications on black-and-white photos agreed with ground assessments, compared with 78% for colour. However, analysis of photo omissions and additions showed colour photos to be superior because they portrayed damage not detected on black-and-white photos.

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1985.10674430



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