MENÜ MENÜ
  • Sie verwenden einen veralteten Webbrowser, weshalb es zu Problemen mit der Darstellung kommen kann. Bei Problemen mit der Bestellabgabe können Sie gerne auch telefonisch bestellen unter: 01805 565554 (0,14€/min, mobil max.0,42€/min)

Characterizing Surface and Near-Surface Water

Gala:Characterizing Surface and Near-Su
Autor: Tekleab Shibru Gala
Verfügbarkeit: Auf Lager.
Artikelnummer: 782907
ISBN / EAN: 9783659229077

Verfügbarkeit: sofort lieferbar

79,00
Inkl. MwSt. , zzgl. Versandkosten

Produktbeschreibung

The Prairie Pothole Region occupies a large portion of North American Great Plains and is characterized by millions of potholes that form wetlands. Although, the wetlands have various hydro-ecological and socio-cultural functions and services; they are under immense pressure from the impacts of land use and climate change. Characterizing these wetlands is critical not only to understand their services and functions but also to design management practices for effective wetland protection and restoration. In this book, the in situ-measured hydrological data characterizes the regional and local soil hydrodynamics and controls. In addition, owing to the limitations of in situ measurements, the book presented an empirical model developed from functional relations between RADAR/LiDAR and near-surface hydrological data. The model effectively mapped aerial soil moisture status and dynamics. A more accountable way of delineating prairie wet areas and boundary changes were also explored using an integrated LANDSAT ETM+, RADARSAT-1 SAR and ancillary terrain data from LiDAR. The book is useful for students, teachers, policy makes, researchers, extension agents and anyone who aspires to underst

Zusatzinformation

Autor Verlag LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
ISBN / EAN 9783659229077 Bindung Taschenbuch

Sie könnten auch an folgenden Produkten interessiert sein

Titelliste

0 Kundenmeinungen

Bitte schreiben Sie uns Ihre Meinung zu: Characterizing Surface and Near-Surface Water

  • Wenn Sie dieses Eingabefeld sehen sollten, lassen Sie es leer!