Remote Sensing of Wetlands: Applications and Advances
Editors: Ralph W. Tiner, Megan W. Lang, Victor V. Klemas
Contributing author: Carol A. Johnston
Carol A. Johnston is a contributing author " Mapping Invasive Wetland Plants", pp.491-510.
Utilizing top scientists in the wetland classification and mapping field, Remote Sensing of Wetlands: Applications and Advances covers the rapidly changing landscape of wetlands and describes the latest advances in remote sensing that have taken place over the past 30 years for use in mapping wetlands. Factoring in the impact of climate change, as well as a growing demand on wetlands for agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, and development, this text considers the challenges that wetlands pose for remote sensing and provides a thorough introduction on the use of remotely sensed data for wetland detection. Taking advantage of the experiences of more than 50 contributing authors, the book describes a variety of techniques for mapping and classifying wetlands in a multitude of environments ranging from tropical to arctic wetlands including coral reefs and submerged aquatic vegetation. The authors discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using different remote sensing techniques for wetland detection under varied conditions and circumstances. They also analyze commonly available data, reveal cost-effective methods, and offer useful insights into future trends.
Tiner, Ralph W.; Lang, Megan W.; Klemas, Victor V.; and Johnston, Carol A., "Remote Sensing of Wetlands: Applications and Advances" (2015). Natural Resource Management Faculty Books. 2.