Biotope Mapping in Wetlands Using High-Resolution Satellite Images

Geodesy, Architecture & Construction
Proceedings of the 8th International Youth Science Forum "Litteris et Artibus", November 22–24, 2018, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 47–50

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Ahmet Cilek Ph.D. acilek [at] cu.edu.tr Landscape Architecture Department, Cukurova University
Adana, Turkey
Suha Berberoglu Ph.D. suha [at] cu.edu.tr Landscape Architecture Department, Cukurova University
Adana, Turkey
Cenk Donmez Ph.D. cdonmez [at] cu.edu.tr Landscape Architecture Department, Cukurova University
Adana, Turkey

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Abstract

The paper introduces a contextual investigation for the utilization of remote sensing & GIS data with regards to biotope mapping of Cukurova Delta. Akyatan Lagoon is the largest lagoon lake in Turkey and has a high biodiversity particularly in and around lagoon system of Cukurova Delta.

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