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Using trail camera imagery to develop a habitat suitability index (HSI) For moose (Alces alces) In the English River Forest, ON
Moose are a valuable economic and ecological resource in Ontario. Understanding their spatial distribution throughout the forest is essential for managing populations and preserving habitat. One method of identifying the ...
Classification of red pine stands using remote sensing techniques
Red pine is a historically important species for forestry in the boreal forest. Its large diameter and straight and knot free form has made it ideal for many purposes, including construction. With the new sudden turn towards ...
Lichen detectability under varying canopy closure
Monitoring lichen distribution is of increasing concern as mapping is critical in characterizing habitat for woodland caribou. Aerial photography collected using drones, the method used for this study, is a common method ...