Mapping Winooski River ice conditions in Montpelier

This is from the UVM Spatial Analyis Lab Blog, click below for the full post and other related posts!

30March2015

This is a follow-up to our previous post on using high-spatial, high-temporal resolution imagery from our senseFly eBee to map changing ice conditions on Vermont Rivers. The Winooski River in Montpelier has a history of ice jams and flooding. As part of our Department of Transportation grant we have been gathering color-infrared imagery of the Winooski River to evaluate the use of such imagery to map changes in ice conditions.

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