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One of the aims of the EU funded project Long-term regional effects of climate change on European forests: impact assessment and consequences for carbon budgets (LTEEF-II, ENV4-CT97-0577) is to quantify the fluxes of carbon and water between vegetation (forests) and atmosphere and to assess the...
Retrievals of total sea ice concentration from four algorithms using the 85.5 GHz vertically and horizontally polarized channels of the Special Sensor Microwave Imager (SSM/I) over the marginal ice zone in the Barents and Greenland Seas are compared with retrievals of total sea ice concentration...
The natural tropical rain forest is an irregular mosaic of ever-changing developmental phases of vegetation. Its structure is a key information for forest monitoring and sustainable management. This experimental study aims to improve the understanding of the relationships between the forest...
Waterline extraction is potentially one of the most effective satellite remote sensing tools for studying changes in tidal flat environment and coastlines. However, its application to the study of tidal flats has not been investigated in detail. The waterline in a tidal flat in Gomso Bay, Korea...
In the management of natural resources, multiple variables correlated with each other usually need to be mapped jointly. However, joint mapping and spatial uncertainty analyses are very difficult mainly because of interactions among variables and imperfection of existing methods. There is...
Previous work showed that remotely sensed soil moisture fields exhibit multiscaling and multifractal behavior varying with the scales of observations and hydrometeorological forcing (Remote Sens. Environ. 81 (2002) 1). Specifically, it was determined that this multiscaling behavior is consistent...
Research conducted at the Great Sand Dunes National Monument (37°46.5′N, 105°32.5′W) thus far has focused on dune composition in order to explain formation, dune migration to monitor aeolian processes, and dune extent to detect encroachment in the eastern periphery, a region that contains...
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