Wetland Habitat Succession Interspersion - Point Pelee Changes in the cover of emergent vegetation (cattails and Phragmites predominantly) and open water are quantified through the classification of remote sensing data taken in spring. Cattails are the dominant feature of Pelee marsh, and their spread has altered the habitat mosaic of the wetland. Over the past decade, Phragmites has spread in the park, colonizing Typha-dominated areas and further threatening marsh biodiversity, wildlife habitats, and functions 2017-10-01 2018-04-16 Parks Canada tammy.dobbie@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentHabitat SuccessionHabitat Interspersionspatial extentRemote SensingAerial PhotosEssex CountyOntario Wetland Habitat Succession Interspersion - Point Pelee - Monitoring DataCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EYt_DX9yvpNEgrjvXyVi-f8BeOOmu8Sutw8KGyV8oUhebg?e=sTlTuw

Wetland Habitat Succession Interspersion - Point Pelee

Changes in the cover of emergent vegetation (cattails and Phragmites predominantly) and open water are quantified through the classification of remote sensing data taken in spring. Cattails are the dominant feature of Pelee marsh, and their spread has altered the habitat mosaic of the wetland. Over the past decade, Phragmites has spread in the park, colonizing Typha-dominated areas and further threatening marsh biodiversity, wildlife habitats, and functions

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