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Transforming landscape ecological evaluations using sub-pixel remote sensing classifications: A study of invasive saltcedar ( Tamarix spp.)
Invasive species disrupt landscape patterns and compromise the functionality of ecosystem processes. Non-native saltcedar ( Tamarix spp.) poses significant threats to native vegetation and groundwater resources in the ...
Towards a mechanistic understanding of spatial patterns of forest transpiration, and its implications for scaling
Estimates of forest stand transpiration are typically achieved by scaling a series of representative point measurements to the stand level. This method fails to account for heterogeneity in transpiration at stand boundaries ...