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Title : MONITORING HYDRILLA GROWTH ON LAKE TYLER USING MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGES
Company : The University of Texas at Tyler
File Name : Kulkarni_2.pdf
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Date : 04-Jul-2010
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Arun Kulkarni and Kiran Parimi

Aquatic plant infestations affect water quality and city water supply and impede commercial and recreational traffic through navigable waterways. It affects activities such as boating, swimming and fishing. Traditional field based mapping and monitoring of extend invasive aquatic plant present several challenges including inaccessibility of areas for ground truth data collection and identifying rapid changes in aquatic plant location.
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