Guiding principles for using satellite-derived maps in rangeland management

Brady W. Allred, Megan K. Creutzburg, John C. Carlson, Christopher J. Cole, Colin M. Dovichin, Michael C. Duniway, Matthew O. Jones, Jeremy D. Maestas, David E. Naugle, Travis W. Nauman, Gregory S. Okin, Matthew C. Reeves, Matthew Rigge, Shannon L. Savage, Dirac Twidwell, Daniel R. Uden, Bo Zhou

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Abstract

• Rangeland management has entered a new era with the accessibility and advancement of satellite-derived maps. • Maps provide a comprehensive view of rangelands in space and time, and challenge us to think critically about natural variability. • Here, we advance the practice of using satellite-derived maps with four guiding principles designed to increase end user confidence and thereby accessibility of these data for decision-making.

Original languageEnglish
Pages78-86
Number of pages9
Volume44
No1
Specialist publicationRangelands
DOIs
StatePublished - Feb 2022

Keywords

  • heterogeneity
  • mapping
  • monitoring
  • remote sensing

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