A Photographic Technique for Repeated Mapping of Rangeland Plant Populations in Permanent Plots
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CitationOwens, M. K., Gardiner, H. G., & Norton, B. E. (1985). A photographic technique for repeated mapping of rangeland plant populations in permanent plots. Journal of Range Management, 38(3), 231-232.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractA lightweight aluminum photograph stand has been developed to record vegetation in permanent plots. At a camera height of 7 m the plot size is 14 m2 when using a 70 mm camera with an 80 mm lens. Minor errors were detected when testing the accuracy of the stand. This stand will be useful for obtaining a record of permanent plots for many different types of research studies.