In this landmark publication, leading experts detail how remote sensing and related geospatial technologies can be used for coastal ecosystem assessment and management.
This book is divided into three major parts. In the first part several conceptual and technical issues of applying remote sensing and geospatial technologies in the coastal environment are examined. The second part showcases some of the latest developments in the use of remote sensing and geospatial technologies when characterizing coastal waters, submerged aquatic vegetation, benthic habitats, shorelines, coastal wetlands and watersheds. Finally, the last part demonstrates a watershed-wide synthetic approach that links upstream stressors with downstream responses for integrated coastal ecosystem assessment and management.
- Conceptual and Technical Issues
- Remote Sensing of Coastal Waters
- Mapping Submerged Aquatic Vegetation and Benthic Habitats
- Shoreline Change, Coastal Wetland and Watershed Characterization
- Integrated Coastal Ecosystem Assessment