World Forestry: Cooperation with Poland on Research In Remote Sensing
Abstract:Poland is evaluating various forms of remote sensing to monitor insect infestation and air pollution damage and to classify and map land-use patterns. A cooperative proposal, previously under development with the United States, may intensify current remote sensing research and may be expanded to include scientific exchange in sampling strategies and computer analysis techniques.
Document Type: Miscellaneous
Affiliations: Pesticide-use Management and Coordination Leader, Forest Pest Management Staff, also in Washington
Publication date: June 1, 1982
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