Seven remote sensing based Vegetation Indices (NDSVI, STVI-3, NDVI, Green + Red, Red, Land Monitor and STVI-1) were tested for their potential to discriminate between “poor” and “good” range condition assessments in Western Australia’s pastoral rangelands. Indices were computed using the Australian Greenhouse Office National Carbon Accounting System (AGO NCAS) repository of calibrated Landsat TM/ETM+ mosaics. Discrimination potential was assessed at two levels of stratification – station level (identical to the stratification used to collect the traverse data), and functional group level (an aggregation of similar land systems);
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Pastoral Lease, GeospatialAnalysis, vegetation, remote sensing
Robinson, T P, Novelly, P E, Corner, R, Thomas, P, and Russell-Browm, A. (2012), Pastoral lease assessment using geospatial analysis. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Report 385.
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