ISSN 0143-1161, Online ISSN: 1366-5901
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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A new editorial team
Cracknell, Arthur P.
Technical note Using satellite imagery as a planning tool for Harlequin duck inventory
Thibault, D.; Chalifoux, S.; Laperle, M.
On the estimation of biomass of submerged vegetation using Landsat thematic mapper (TM) imagery: a case study of the Honghu Lake, PR China
Classification of multi-temporal SPOT-XS satellite data for mapping rice fields on a West African floodplain
Turne, M. D.; Congalton, R. G.
Evolution of equatorial vegetation communities mapped using Thematic Mapper images through a geographical information system (Guinea, Equatorial Africa)
Riaza, A.; Martinez-Torres, M. L.; Ramon-Lluch, R.; Alonso, J.; Heras, P.
Satellite observation of active carbonatite volcanism at Ol Doinyo Lengai, Tanzania
Fine-scale mapping of a grassland from digitized aerial photography: an approach using image segmentation and discriminant analysis
Lobo, A.; Moloney, K.; Chiariello, N.
Land cover classification in rugged areas using simulated moderateresolution remote sensor data and an artificial neural network
Yool, S. R.
Developing simple, operational, consistent NDVI-vegetation models by applying environmental and climatic information: Part I. Assessment of net primary production
Rasmussen, M. S.
Developing simple, operational, consistent NDVI-vegetation models by applying environmental and climatic information. Part II: Crop yield assessment
Rasmussen, M. S.
Topographic mapping using polarimetric SAR data
Schuler, D. L.; Ainsworth, T. L.; Lee, J. S.; Grandi, G. De
Bayesian classification of multi-look polarimetric SAR images with a generalized multiplicative speckle model and adaptive a priori probabilities
Shunji, Guoqing Liu; Torre, Huang A.
A new look at the diurnal variation of global oceanic precipitation from the ocean TOPography Experiment (TOPEX) and the TOPEX Microwave Radiometer (TMR)
Chen, G.; Chapron, B.; Tournadre, J.; Katsaros, K.; Vandemark, D.
Scaling up in hydrology using remote sensing: summary of a Workshop
Stewart, J. B.; Engman, E. T.; Feddes, R. A.; Kerr, Y. H.
The impact of a wind-roughened water surface on remote measurements of turbidity
Han, L.; Rundquist, D. C.
Benefits of water column correction and contextual editing for mapping coral reefs
Mumby, P. J.; Clark, C. D.; Green, E. P.; Edwards, A. J.
Effects of field of view inhomogeneities on the rain estimation from microwave radiometry
Klapisz, C.; Viltard, N.; Marecal, V.
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