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Table S1 Training correct classification rates for discriminant functions of resampled handheld spectrometer reflectance data using as classes the SAP species co-occurring in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta

Table S2 Training correct classification rates for discriminant functions of airborne spectrometer reflectance data using as classes the SAP species co-occurring in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta

Table S3 Training correct classification rates for discriminant functions of resampled handheld spectrometer data and, in parenthesis, for the airborne sensor reflectance data, considering as classes native and nonnative species co-occurring in the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta

Table S4 Testing correct classification rates for the discriminant function predictions for the area described in Fig. 4

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