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Photo of Comparison of vegetation change tracker output products without (left) and with (right) snow-covered winter satellite imagery. Kirk Stueve, Forest Service
ID: 318
Forest Land Estimates Improved by Novel Automated Mapping Technique Using Winter Satellite Imagery

Most automated satellite-based approaches for mapping forest lands rely on summer satellite imagery and are usually inconsistent with FIA plot-b ...

Principal Investigator : Mark D. Nelson

Inventory and Monitoring2011NRS
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ID: 220
Mapping Young Forest Habitats across the Great Lakes Region

NRS research scientists from the Forest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) program used current FIA data to estimate trends in abundance of young fore ...

Principal Investigator : Mark D. Nelson

Inventory and Monitoring2010NRS
Photo of Image1 Forest Service Research Wildlife Biologist Richard Buech (retired), counts annual growth rings on the carapace (upper shell) of an adult wood turtle in northeastern Minnesota during the original study, 1990. Mark Nelson, USDA Forest Service
Image Donald Brown (right), West Virginia University, examines the carapace (upper shell) of an adult wood turtle in northeastern Minnesota while University of Minnesota-Duluth graduate student Madaline Cochrane (left) and Northern Michigan University student intern Stefan Nelson (center) view the plastron (lower shell) and record data during the 2015 study.
ID: 1268
“Long live the wood turtles!” is both a cheer and a fact

Forest Service researchers and their collaborators revisited a 25-year-old study and found that old turtles can deliver new knowledge about the ...

Principal Investigator : Mark D. Nelson

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
Wildlife and Fish
2017NRS