Monday, April 16 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
Image Processing and Classification

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In this workshop we use the RMRS Raster Utility toolbar to create a life form classification from remotely sensed imagery and elevation datasets. Topics covered in the workshop include raster processing, sampling, classification, and model development and interpretation. Although the workshop is based on predefined datasets and suggested workflow that includes an easy to follow tutorial, participants are invited to bring their own datasets and relevant projects of interest to explore collaboratively. For more information about the RMRS Raster Utility toolbar please visit our web site at http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/raster-utility/.


Rob Ahl

Robert Ahl is a remote sensing analyst, working with the USDA Forest Service Northern Region Geospatial Group. A primary focus of his work involves the integration of remote sensing technology and field measurements to quantify and map various aspects of existing vegetation and ground... Read More →

John Hogland

John Hogland is a biological scientist working for the Rocky Mountain Research Station. His research interests revolve around quantitative methods within geographic information systems (GIS) and understanding the relationships between landscape patterns and forested ecosystems processes... Read More →

Monday April 16, 2018 8:00am - 12:00pm
Montana Room