Analysis using a Landsat MSS image of the ground cover spatial diversity in Doñana National Park (Spain)

  • J. M. Cuevas Gozalo INIA
  • F. Gonzalez Alonso INIA
Keywords: Spatial diversity, ground covers, Landsat MSS

Abstract

The spatial diversity of the ground covers in the National Park of Doñana has been studied using the information of a Landsat MSS image recorded the year 1989. Eight ground covers were considered: coastal dunes, pine forests, eucalyptus forests, flooded marshes, non flooded marshes, flooded marshes with Phragmites sp., rice fields and brushwoods. A supervised classification was performed and the spatial diversity was calculated in base to the number of ground cover classes in a window of 3 x 3 pixels around each pixel of the study area.

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Published
1993-06-01
How to Cite
Cuevas GozaloJ. M., & Gonzalez AlonsoF. (1993). Analysis using a Landsat MSS image of the ground cover spatial diversity in Doñana National Park (Spain). Forest Systems, 2(1), 89-98. https://doi.org/10.5424/502
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Research Articles