Seventy years of changes in riverine woodland cover: Responses to elephants and human legacy effects in Gonarezhou National Park, Zimbabwe - Appendices
datasetposted on 2023-01-20, 13:09 authored by Jo HawkerJo Hawker, M Timm Hoffman, Timothy G O’Connor
This study makes use of aerial photography and satellite imagery of the Runde River in Gonarezhou National Park, Zimababwe and its confluence with the Save River, covering the period 1948 to 2018. Using supervised classification techniques, imagery was analysed to identify vegetation types and provide an estimation of riverine woodland cover.
The accompanying class definition files include the attribute statistics required for the Supervised object-based classification (Support Vector Machine Classifier) in ArcGISPro used to classify woodland cover in the imagery in this thesis in years 1948 (A), 1955 (B), 1968 (C), 1974 (D), 2005 (E) and 2016/18 (F).
To view attached data files, use ArcGISPro 3.0.0.