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Archival aerial imagery (AAI) represents a unique and relatively unexploited resource for assessing long-term environmental changes at a very high spatial resolution. A major constraint for the wider use of AAI often lies in the difficulties of establishing precise geo-referencing, namely in the...
The possibility of accessing free cartographic resources on the internet instead of creating their own digital object representation is a big advantage for architecture and engineering professionals in the surveying process of a construction or restoration project. The use of these products must...
The products of Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer/3 (AVHRR/3) sensors operating aboard the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and MetOp-A satellites are frequently used in meteorological applications. The geometric accuracy and stability of the sensors are regularly...
Annual crop yield fluctuation due to natural and anthropogenic factors is a major concern of the Ethiopian Government. For an immediate response to drastically changing crop yields and resulting harvest failures and to enhance the country’s food security in general, extensive area crop growth...
Solar-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) is a novel technique for gross primary productivity (GPP) estimation, which has great potential to track seasonal and inter-annual changes in GPP in different ecosystems. Currently, the key problem is the scale mismatch between traditional...
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