Despite fluctuations in acreages between years, the marshes and mudflat south of the San Mateo bridge appear relatively stable between the period 2009 – 2021, in that the relative proportions between different habitat types have not changed significantly. Within a number of restored ponds (e.g.,
This report outlines the preliminary results of the 2019 update to the original Habitat Evolution Mapping Project (HEMP). HEMP mapped the marshes and mudflats south of the San Mateo bridge yearly between 2009 and 2011.
Incorporating the Coastal Blue Band into a Remote Sensing Toolkit for Mapping Intertidal Mudflats in South SF Bay
One of the key uncertainties identified within the South Bay Salt Pond Restoration Project (SBSPRP) Adaptive Management Plan is whether the sediment source will come at the expense of critical mudflat habitat.
An object based image analysis approach to testing the effect of flowering and patch size on Limonium ramosissimum detection using CIR and IKONOS imagery
Remote sensing is a useful tool to detect and map invasive plants, but detection success depends on the spectral properties of individual species, their context, and the imagery usedfor mapping.