Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data.

M. Amano

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The process of assessing the recreational values of forests and benefits thereof to the urban society by utilizing LANDSAT and complementary Japanese National Statistics is described. The study area selected (about 800 000ha) was the Northern Kanto districts of Japan, located within 100km north of Tokyo. LANDSAT data tapes were used to produce a digital map which consisted of 7 land use classes. From this digital map, the forest distribution pattern and the degree of separability between forested and urban areas were expressed as Morisita's and Gini's Index, respectively. -from Author

元の言語English
ホスト出版物のタイトルProc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia
編集者T.T. Alfoldi
出版者Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute
ページ331-337
ページ数7
出版物ステータスPublished - 1980
外部発表Yes

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digital map
Landsat
urban society
urban area
land use
distribution
index
statistics

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Amano, M. (1980). Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data. : T. T. Alfoldi (版), Proc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia (pp. 331-337). Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute.

Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data. / Amano, M.

Proc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 版 / T.T. Alfoldi. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, 1980. p. 331-337.

研究成果: Chapter

Amano, M 1980, Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data. : TT Alfoldi (版), Proc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, pp. 331-337.
Amano M. Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data. : Alfoldi TT, 編集者, Proc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. 1980. p. 331-337
Amano, M. / Research on assessment of the recreational value of forests using Landsat digital data. Proc. 6th Canadian symposium on remote sensing, May 1980, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 編集者 / T.T. Alfoldi. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, 1980. pp. 331-337
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