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Prediction of vegetation structure and wildlife species occurrences using point-intercept data from remotely sensed images (Walker River Basin, Nevada)

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USFWS, Region 8, Reno, Nevada desired to acquire LIDAR along the East and West forks of the Walker River, Nevada. Their goal is develop an accurate digital elevation model (DEM) within the river channel and into the uplands approximately 500 meters on each side. The goal is to use the DEM to assist in targeting restoration efforts for Lahonton Cutthroat as well as characterize the riparian vegetation and associated nearby uplands. [see Narratives for more information.]

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Principal Investigator :
Wesley E Newton

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  • Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center

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