BotaNICAL MAPPING OF Afro-Montane VEGETION IN SOUTHERN SUDAN
A satellite image analysis carried out in connection with
the most comprehensive Botanical study of the vegetation in Southern Sudan and
Northern Uganda - East of the Nile.
The satellite analysis was initiated in 1994 and used
multivariable statistical enhancement analysis and segmentation of historical
Landsat MSS data. The image analysis established 12 plant communities - primary
afro-montane forest types.
Client: Botanical Museum - Uni.
of Copenhagen / Danish Centre for Tropical Biodiversity.
PRINS, E and FRIIS. I. (2005).
Satellite analysis of the vegetation on the Imatong moutains in Southern Sudan
and Northern Uganda. In: FRIIS. I and VOLLESEN, K. (2005):
With interpretation of satellite imagery by Erik Prins and Ib Friss and a
chapter on zoogeography by
Skrifter 51:2. p 672-681.
Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters.