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 Image interpretation produces datasets delineating features identified in the imagery. These datasets can be the primary mapping products or can be used an ancillary data for further analysis, such as training data for supervised classification. Image interpretation produces datasets delineating features identified in the imagery. These datasets can be the primary mapping products or can be used an ancillary data for further analysis, such as training data for supervised classification.
 ===== Riparian Example ===== ===== Riparian Example =====
-Evans, D.; Vanderzanden,​ D.; Lachowski, H. 2002. {{remote_sensing_methods:​0031-RPT2.pdf|Stream Geomorphic Classification,​ Riparian Area Delineation,​ and Riparian Vegetation Cover Mapping on the Upper Middle Fork of the John Day River, Oregon}}. Rep. No. RSAC-31-RPT2. Salt Lake City, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center. 21 p.+Evans, D.; Vanderzanden,​ D.; Lachowski, H. 2002. {{http://​www.landscapetoolbox.org/​downloads/​riparian_methods/​0031-RPT2.pdf|Stream Geomorphic Classification,​ Riparian Area Delineation,​ and Riparian Vegetation Cover Mapping on the Upper Middle Fork of the John Day River, Oregon}}. Rep. No. RSAC-31-RPT2. Salt Lake City, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center. 21 p.
  
 This study mapped stream geomorphology and riparian vegetation on the Upper Middle Fork of the John Day River in Oregon. The study combined image interpretation and a smart buffering technique based on Rosgen level and Strahler stream order to map riparian areas and vegetation. This study mapped stream geomorphology and riparian vegetation on the Upper Middle Fork of the John Day River in Oregon. The study combined image interpretation and a smart buffering technique based on Rosgen level and Strahler stream order to map riparian areas and vegetation.
 ===== Technical References ===== ===== Technical References =====
-McClarin, S.; Hamilton, R.; Fisk, H.; Lewis, B. 2011.  {{remote_sensing_methods:​10020-RPT1-Book 1.pdf|Assembling,​ Updating, Organizing, and Packaging Geospatial Data for Prefire Planning}}. RSAC-10020-RPT1. Salt Lake City, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture,​ Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center. 15p.+McClarin, S.; Hamilton, R.; Fisk, H.; Lewis, B. 2011.  {{http://​www.landscapetoolbox.org/​downloads/​riparian_methods/​10020-RPT1-Book 1.pdf|Assembling,​ Updating, Organizing, and Packaging Geospatial Data for Prefire Planning}}. RSAC-10020-RPT1. Salt Lake City, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture,​ Forest Service, Remote Sensing Applications Center. 15p.
 ===== Limitations ===== ===== Limitations =====
 Image interpretation requires a skilled analyst who is familiar with ground conditions. This method is time consuming when compared to automated methods, resulting in high costs per acre.  Image interpretation requires a skilled analyst who is familiar with ground conditions. This method is time consuming when compared to automated methods, resulting in high costs per acre. 
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