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Presentation for the Penn State Mont Alto Offered Student Reception, April 7, 2018 Foresters spend a lot of time in the field studying forest conditions and carrying out management activities from tree planting to timber harvesting. It is also important … Continue reading
This map shows contour lines generated from the PASDA 3.2 foot DEM. I used the ArcGIS spatial analyst tool to develop contour lines with a vertical elevation of 20 feet and index contours at 100 feet. I also made two … Continue reading
This map shows three of the remote sensing study sites with Landsat imagery. The image was from the Landsat 8 OLI sensor. The image was downloaded from the Landsat Look viewer. (https://landsatlook.usgs.gov/viewer.html ).
Here are links to old lectures on my Penn State Pass Space. http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/Forestry Interpretation of Aerial Photos.htm This uses an old version of web page generated from PowerPoint. http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/FilmsFiltersPhotographicProcess.htm http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/Intro-aerial-photos-notes.htm Just images http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/Multiple-Images.htm http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/Notes-Forestry-Uses-Aerial-Photos.htm http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/NotesStereoscopicViewing.htm http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230/Photo-Recon-Lab.htm obsolete lab http://www.personal.psu.edu/pel2/FORT230
Each of the sites we visited have grown in so much since I last visited them two years ago, especially the Birch Run site.
We will be going on a field trip today.
Here is the outline of the steps we will be following. Click here to get the waypoints that mark the perimeter of the study area for Meeting of the Pines. To save time, I already downloaded soil survey data from … Continue reading