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Main Title Quantifying spatial uncertainty in natural resources : theory and applications for GIS and remote sensing /
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Mowrer, H. Todd.
Congalton, Russell G.
Publisher Ann Arbor Press,
Year Published 2000
OCLC Number 40830123
ISBN 1575041316
Subjects Geographic information systems--Congresses ; Remote sensing--Congresses ; Spatial analysis (Statistics)--Congresses ; Natural resources--Management--Statistical methods--Congresses
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0745/99014139-d.html
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ENAM  G70.212.Q83 2000 Region 7 IRC Library/Kansas City,KS 03/28/2003
Collation xxiv, 244 p., {8} p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Notes
Based on revised and expanded papers presented at the Second International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Introduction: the past, present, and future of uncertainty analysis / H. Todd Mowrer, Russell G. Congalton -- Communicating the results of accuracy assessment: metadata, digital libraries, and assessing fitness for use / Michael F. Goodchild -- From data accuracy to data quality: using spatial statistics to predict the implications of spatial error in point data / Adam Lewis, Michael F. Hutchinson -- Generalized linear mixed models for analyzing error in a satellite-based vegetation map of Utah / Gretchen G. Moisen, D. Richard Cutler, Thomas C. Edwards -- Increasing spatial precision and accuracy for monitoring peatlands in Switzerland by remote sensing techniques / Michael K ohl, Hans J org Schnellb acher, Andreas Gr unig -- The effect of uncertain locations on disease cluster statistics / Geoffrey M. Jacquez, Lance A. Waller -- Double sampling for area estimation and map accuracy assessment / Francisco Javier Gallego -- Accuracy assessments and areal estimates using two-phase stratified random sampling, cluster plots, and the multivariate composite estimator / Raymond L. Czaplewski -- Acquisition of spatial data by forest management agencies / Michael J. C. Weir -- Choosing between abrupt and gradual spatial variation? / Gerard B.M. Heuvelink, Johan A. Huisman -- Modeling the spatial distribution of ten tree species in Pennsylvania / Rachel Riemann Hershey -- Realistic spatial models: the accurate mapping of environmental factors based on synecological coordinates / Margaret R. Holdaway, Gary J. Brand -- Discrete polygons or a continuous surface: which is the appropriate way to model forests cartographically? / Kim Lowell -- Statistical models of landscape pattern and the effects of coarse spatial resolution on estimation of area with satellite imagery / Christine A. Hlavka -- The simultaneous nature of tree growth models / Hubert Hasenauer, Robert A. Monserud, Timothy G. Gregoire -- Incorporating soil variability into a spatially distributed model of percolate accounting / Andrew S. Rogowski -- Analyzing spatiotemporal dynamics of plant populations and vegetation / Paul Braun, Heiko Balzter, Wolfgang K ohler -- Space-time statistical modeling of environmental data / Christopher K. Wikle, Noel Cressie.