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Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis of Multi-Scale Damaged Vegetation in the Wenchuan Earthquake-Affected Area, Southwest China

Authors
  • jian, li
  • jingwen, he
  • liu, ying
  • wang, daojie
  • rafay, loretta
  • chen, can
  • hong, tao
  • fan, hailan
  • lin, yongming
Publication Date
Feb 21, 2019
Source
MDPI
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Language
English
License
Green
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Abstract

8 is a scale threshold for spatial autocorrelation. There are other environmental factors affecting vegetation destruction. Our study provides useful information for the countermeasures of vegetation protection and conservation, as well as the prediction of the spatial distribution of damaged vegetation, to improve vegetation restoration in earthquake-affected areas.

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