The University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources has created a high resolution
land cover spatial database of Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge (NWR),
in Jackson and Jennings Counties, Indiana. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
(USFWS) 1:15000, color-infrared aerial photos were collected on September 19, 2000.
Vegetation types were classified according to the National Vegetation Classification
System (NVCS) at the Formation level. A refuge-derived classification
system was also used and crosswalked to the NVCS.
Research supported by Cooperative Agreement USDI/1434-HQ-97-RU-01566 WO 49 between the
University of Minnesota and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Sieracki, Jennifer L.; Burk, Thomas E.; Schomaker, John H..
Muscatatuck NWR Vegetation Cover Spatial Database (2000).
University of Minnesota.
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