Detecting and Controlling Forest Damage Area Caused by Insects and Diseases with Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS

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Detecting and Controlling Forest Damage Area Caused by Insects and Diseases with Remote Sensing, GIS and GPS

Publication Number

Published Date

December 2002

Type of Publication

Reports

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Committees, Committee on Trade and Investment(CTI)

Accessed

18859

Pages

68

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Description

This report summarizes a number of projects related to remote sensing (through Geographic Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS)) and how it can be used to detect and control forest damage area caused by insects and diseases.

  • Preface
  • Contents Page
  • Chapter 1 Satellite Remote Sensing Monitoring Technology of Forest Damages Caused by Pine Caterpillars
  • Chapter 2 Monitoring Techniques of Forest Diseases and Insects with Airborne Digital Videography
  • Chapter 3 GPS and Its Application
  • Charter 4 Airplane Spraying Based on GPS
  • Chapter 5 Applications of GIS in Trend Analysis of Forest Insects and Diseases
  • Chapter 6 Conclusions
  • Acknowledgments & References

Individual Files

  • Acknowledgments References Download
  • Chapter 1 Satellite Remote Sensing Monitoring Technology of Forest Damages Caused by Pine Caterpilla Download
  • Chapter 2 Monitoring Techniques of Forest Diseases and Insects with Airborne Digital Videography Download
  • Chapter 3 GPS and Its Application Download
  • Chapter 5 Applications of GIS in Trend Analysis of Forest Insects and Diseases Download
  • Chapter 6 Conclusions Download
  • Charter 4 Airplane Spraying Based on GPS Download
  • Contents Page Download
  • Preface Download