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Adventures in Automating Ecological Image Analysis (TER 3)


As sensor networks become widely deployed in ecological settings, imaging is increasingly becoming an integral component of the system. Often, ecologists are interested in meta-information about the content of these images, rather than the images themselves. This information is at least tedious, and sometimes completely impractical, to extract manually. We will discuss our experiences with images from two deployments at the James Reserve: the existing minirhizotron systems (with an eye toward the upcoming AMARRS), and the nestbox cameras.

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