by J. R. Anderson, E. E. Hardy, and J. T. Roach published in 1972 under title: [Google Scholar] Bauer, E., & Kohavi, R. (1999). The "Anderson System" has been the basis for many land use data sets. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. Ideally this classification system will incorporate the land cover An empirical comparison of voting classiï¬cation algorithms: Bagging, boosting, and variants. The NVCS ... project was to produce a land cover classification system that meets the needs of FWC and its conservation partners but is also flexible and extensible to incorporate future changes and additions. A LAND USE AND LAND COVER CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM FOR USE WITH REMOTE SENSOR DATA By JAMES R. ANDERSON, ERNEST E. HARDY, JOHN T. ROACH, and RICHARD E. WITMER ABSTRACT The framework of a national land use and land cover classification system is presented for use with remote sensor data. False. NPS and its partners (Anderson et al. Professional paper, United States Geological Survey Washington, DC: US Government Printing Office. A Land use and land cover classification system for use with remote ~sensor data. What land cover class is the primary land use/cover category being converted into urban land â¦ al. A Land Use and Land Cover Classification System for Use with Remote Sensor Data, by James Anderson, et. The USGS developed one of the first land use/land cover classification systems designed specifically for use with remotely sensed imagery. A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data (US Geological Survey, Professional Paper 964). Alaska land cover classification, the overall thematic accuracy was 83.9 percent at Anderson Level I and 76.2 percent at Anderson Level II (Selkowitz and Stehman, 2011). Potential Natural Vegetation, A.W. 1998). al., 1976 (PDF, 114K). A Land Use And Land Cover Classification System For Use With Remote Sensor Data By JAMES R. ANDERSON, ERNEST E. HARDY, JOHN T. ROACH, and RICHARD E. WITMER Geological Survey Professional Paper 964 A revision of the land use classification system as presented in U.S. Geological Survey Circular 671 United States Government Printing Office, Washington: 1976 United States â¦ Kuchler, 1960s. The Land Cover Trends classification system used consisted of 11 general LULC classes. 3.2.3 Land Cover Classification System design criteria. 1998, Grossman et. Source: After Anderson JR, Hardy EE, Roach JT, and Witmer E (1976) A Land Use and Land Cover Classification System for Use with Remote Sensor Data.Geological Survey Professional Paper 964. (U.S. Geological Surveyprofessional paper ; 964) Revision of the ed. The Anderson land use/land cover classification system (United States Geological Survey) is a universal, consensus system used by international researchers to categorize land cover classifications. Land cover classes are defined by a string of classifiers, but due to the heterogeneity of land cover, and with the aim of achieving a logical and functional hierarchical arrangement of the classifiers, certain design criteria have been applied. A Land Use and Land Cover Classification System for Use with Remote Sensor Data A Land Use and Land Cover Classification System for Use with Remote Sensor Data, James Richard Anderson Volume 964 of Geological Survey professional paper, Geological Survey (U.S.).