ISSN 0143-1161, Online ISSN: 1366-5901
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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AVHRR detection of red tides with neural networks
Huang, W. G.; Lou, X. L.
Land cover mapping in support of LAI and FPAR retrievals from EOS-MODIS and MISR: classification methods and sensitivities to errors
Lotsch, A.; Tian, Y.; Friedl, M. A.; Myneni, R. B.
On the variability of the LAI of homogeneous covers with respect to the surface size and application
Raffy, M.; Soudani, K.; Trautmann, J.
Growth profile based crop yield models: a case study of large area wheat yield modelling and its extendibility using atmospheric corrected NOAA AVHRR data
Kalubarme, M. H.; Potdar, M. B.; Manjunath, K. R.; Mahey, R. K.; Siddhu, S. S.
Remote sensing of US cornbelt areas sensitive to the El Niño-Southern Oscillation
Wannebo, A.; Rosenzweig, C.
Evaluation of methods for soil surface moisture estimation from reflectance data
Liu, Weidong; Baret, F.; Gu, Xingfa; Zhang, Bing; Tong, Qingxi; Zheng, Lanfen
Effects of sub-pixel heterogeneity on the retrieval of soil moisture from passive microwave radiometry
Burke, E. J.; Simmonds, L. P.
Vegetation response to ice disturbance and consecutive moisture extremes
Dupigny-Giroux, L.- A.; Blackwell, C. F.; Bristow, S.; Olson, G. M.
The use of SPOT VEGETATION data in a classification tree approach for burnt area mapping in Australian savanna
Stroppiana, D.; Grégoire, J- M.; Pereira, J. M. C.
Correction of the effect of Sun-sensor-target geometry in NOAA AVHRR data
On the application of Gabor filtering in supervised image classification
Angelo, N. Pizzolato; Haertel, V.
Spatial distribution of the surface rupture zone associated with the 2001 Ms 8.1 Central Kunlun earthquake, northern Tibet, revealed by satellite remote sensing data
Fu, B.; Lin, A.
An autologistic regression model for increasing the accuracy of burned surface mapping using Landsat Thematic Mapper data
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