Remote Sensing Vocabulary Chapter 11

branching characteristics, canopy closure, crown shapes, crown diameter, crown area, crown cover, dispersed activities, elimination key, intensive activities, perfect market conditions, photo interpretation keys, photo-controlled ground cruise, quantity of use, recreational survey, spatial distribution patterns, stand variables, stand volume tables, tarif, tree volume tables, tree volumes, visitor day

  1. Step-by-step guides for classification and identification
  2. Guide which classifies by removal from consideration
  3. Description of the shapes formed by tree limbs
  4. Description of the foliage pattern of the tree tops
  5. Arrangement among trees
  6. Calculation of trees per area
  7. Measurement of width of tree foliage
  8. Measurement of the area covered by tree foliage
  9. Derived from volume prediction equations based on crown and height measurements
  10. Tabulated information
  11. Characteristics of an area of trees
  12. Multiple entry tables based on assessments of two or three photographic coverages of he dominant co-dominant crown canopy
  13. Canopy closure, density, percentage of a forest area occupied by the vertical projections of tree crowns
  14. Combines the features of aerial and ground estimating to obtain timber volumes with maximum efficiency
  15. Quantification of the amount of interaction between humans and the managed environment, often measured in visitor days
  16. Any reasonable portion of a twenty-four hour period during which an individual person uses a unit of land for recreation
  17. Uniform demand and accessibility for all areas thus removing location of population centers and present access
  18. Activities accommodating large numbers of people per unit area
  19. Activities which normally require a relatively larger area per person
  20. Designed to locate potential sites and transfer these areas to a base map of suitable scale