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Robles, W., J.D. Madsen, and R.M. Wersal. 2015. Estimating the biomass of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index derived from simulated Landsat 5 TM. Invasive Plant Science and Management 8:203-211. http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1614/IPSM-D-14-00033.1.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 27731
Type: Journal Article
Author: Robles, W., J.D. Madsen, and R.M. Wersal.
Date (year): 2015
Article Title:Estimating the biomass of waterhyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index derived from simulated Landsat 5 TM
Journal Name: Invasive Plant Science and Management
Volume: 8
Issue:
Pages: 203-211
URL: http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1614/IPSM-D-14-00033.1
Keywords: Eichhornia crassipes, water hyacinth, NDVI, biomass, remote sensing, Landsat 5 TM, nondestructive sampling methods, hyperspectral reflectance
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Pontederia crassipes

    MS - Lake Columbus, biomass sampling site 1, east of Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway, just north of MS SR-50
    MS - Lake Columbus, biomass sampling site 2, off Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway, just south of MS SR-50
    MS - Lake Aberdeen, biomass sampling site 1, off Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway, just east of Blue Bluff Rd


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