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Title: Remote surveillance data for assessing landscape change as a result of foot and mouth : a study in the Lake District : final report
Author: Richard Sauii
Document Type: Monograph
This study aims to assess the use of utility of remotely sensed imagery in assessing any medium and long term impacts on the gross landscape as a result of the Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) outbreak of 2001. The key area of interest is the Lake District due to its high conservation value. Specifically, it aims to determine the remotely sensed data that are most suitable for a baseline and future monitoring, as well as the availability of these data. It is part of a proposed wider study to investigate the establishment of a long term remote sensing monitoring strategy which will be developed in consultation with other parties such as DEFRA and English Nature.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 2002
Publication Place: [Bristol]
Subject Keywords: Animal diseasesLand managementRemote sensingMonitoringConservation policy
Geographic Keywords: EA North WestCumbriaLake District (England)
Extent: 44; + appendices
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