Forest Health Monitoring

Tree health is a critical parameter for evaluating urban ecosystem health and sustainability. Monitoring urban forest tree health has recently relied on vegetation mapping of the urban forest using remote sensing.



Better Spatial Coverage

One of the major advantages of remote sensing is the access to remote or restricted areas.

Pest Treatment

Patterns at the pixel level could provide information for determining the need for pruning, irrigation, or pest/disease treatment. This tree health evaluation approach allows managers to identify the location of unhealthy trees for further diagnosis and treatment. It can be used to track the spread of disease and monitor seasonal or annual changes in tree health.


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