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Main Title Quantifying spatial uncertainty in natural resources : theory and applications for GIS and remote sensing /
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Author Title of a Work
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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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.
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.