Record number :
2043713
Title of article :
Crustacean habitat potential mapping in a tidal flat using remote sensing and GIS
Author/Authors :
Choi، نويسنده , , Jong-Kuk and Oh، نويسنده , , Hyun-Joo and Koo، نويسنده , , Bon Joo and Ryu، نويسنده , , Joo Hyung and Lee، نويسنده , , Saro، نويسنده ,
Pages :
12
From page :
1522
To page :
1533
Abstract :
To make a macrofaunal (crustacean) habitat potential map, the spatial distribution of ecological variables in the Hwangdo tidal flat, Korea, was explored. Spatial variables were mapped using remote sensing and a geographic information system (GIS) combined with field observations. A frequency ratio (FR) and logistic regression (LR) model were employed to map the macrofauna potential area for the Ilyoplax dentimerosa, a crustacean species. Spatial variables affecting the tidal macrofauna distribution were selected based on abundance and biomass and used within a spatial database derived from remotely sensed data of various types of sensors. The spatial variables included the intertidal digital elevation model (DEM), slope, distance from a tidal channel, tidal channel density, surface sediment facies, spectral reflectance of the near infrared (NIR) bands and the tidal exposure duration. The relation between the I. dentimerosa and each spatial variable was calculated using the FR and LR. The species was randomly divided into a training set (70%) to analyse habitat potential using FR and LR and a test set (30%) to validate the predicted habitat potential map. The relations were overlaid to produce a habitat potential map with the species potential index (SPI) value for each pixel. The potential habitat maps were compared with the surveyed habitat locations such as validation data set. The comparison results showed that the LR model (accuracy is 85.28%) is better in prediction than the FR (accuracy is 78.96%) model. The performance of models gave satisfactory accuracies. The LR provides the quantitative influence of variables on a potential habitat of species; otherwise, the FR shows the quantitative influence of a class in each variable. The combination of a GIS-based frequency ratio and logistic regression models and remote sensing with field observations is an effective method to determine locations favorable for macrofaunal species occurrences in a tidal flat.
Keywords :
Macrofauna habitat mapping , Hwangdo tidal flat , Frequency Ratio (FR) , Geographic Information System (GIS) , Remote sensing , Logistic Regression (LR)
Journal title :
Astroparticle Physics
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