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Title : MONITORING SCOTCH PINE INFESTED BY SIREX NOCTILIO USING HYPERSPECTRAL DATA: A LABORATORY STUDY
Company : State University of New York
File Name : Zhang_W.pdf
Size : 208931
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Date : 04-Sep-2010
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Wenhua Zhang, Laura N. Calandra, Lindi J. Quackenbush, Jungho Im and Stephen A. Teale

Sirex noctilio is an invasive insect native to Europe and north Africa that has the potential to devastate North American softwoods. The current extent of Sirex infestations in the United States has been approximated using expensive, and marginally effective, ground-based surveys. This study is part of a project aimed at using remote sensing to perform individual tree-based assessment of Sirex infestation.
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