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Clara Buchholz

Current Research

Leveraging high-resolution imagery to improve landscape-scale disturbance

Regular monitoring of informal trail proliferation is necessary to identify and address areas that are at risk. Traditional trail monitoring methods such as the use of trail cameras and on the ground-mapping are expensive and time-consuming, as well as limited in spatial scale. However, advances in geospatial software, as well as an abundance of high-resolution imagery provide a promising solution to these challenges and are increasingly being used to study the impacts of formal and informal trails.

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