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Title: Application of a total station in savanna vegetation surveys.
Authors: Graz, F. P.
Keywords: Total station - Namibia
Savannah vegetation - Surveys
Spatial data
Vegetation surveys
Theodolite
Savannah woodlands
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Namibian Scientific Society.
Citation: Graz, F. P. (2004). Application of a total station in savanna vegetation surveys. Dinteria, 29, 41-53.
Abstract: The article describes the methods used to obtain data with the use of a total station. The advantage of the proposed method is the ease with which data for investigation of spatial relationships between plants and topographical features may be obtained. In addition to location, the total station can be used to assess some plant parameters such as plant height, crown spread, trunk size and others.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10628/498
ISSN: 0012-3013
Appears in Collections:Geospatial Sciences & Technology

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