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A comprehensive archaeological map of the world's largest preindustrial settlement complex at Angkor, Cambodia
The great medieval settlement of Angkor in Cambodia [9th–16th centuries Common Era (CE)] has for many years been understood as a “hydraulic city,” an urban complex defined, sustained, and ultimatelyExpand
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A review of remote sensing technology in support of the Kyoto Protocol
This paper presents an overview of the role of remote sensing technology in the context of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Kyoto Protocol and is based largely onExpand
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The effect of changing environmental conditions on microwave signatures of forest ecosystems - Preliminary results of the March 1988 Alaskan aircraft SAR experiment
Abstract In preparation for the first European Space Agency (ESA) Remote Sensing(ERS-I) mission,a series of multitemporal, multifrequency, multipolarization aircraft synthetic aperture radar (SAR)Expand
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Segmentation and classification of vegetated areas using polarimetric SAR image data
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An approach to the classification of radar images is developed based on two steps. Expand
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Use of stereo aerial photography for quantifying changes in the extent and height of mangroves in tropical Australia
The study investigated the use of aerial photographs, acquired in 1950 and1991, for assessing the temporal dynamics of mangroves along the WestAlligator River in Australia's Northern Territory. ForExpand
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The potential of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for quantifying the biomass of Australia's woodlands.
The potential of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) for estimating the above ground and component biomass of woodlands in Australia is demonstrated using two case studies. Case Study 1 (In,june; centralExpand
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A new map of mangroves for Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia, based on stereo aerial photography
Mitchell, A. L., Lucas, R. M., Pfitzner, K., Milne, A. K., Finlayson, M. (2007). A new map of mangroves for Kakadu National Park, Northern Australia, based on stereo aerial photography. AquaticExpand
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The use of remote sensing in mapping and monitoring vegetational change associated with bushfire events in Eastern Australia
Abstract The value of Landsat data for spatial analysis in land cover studies is well known. Potentially as valuable is its use in forecasting and monitoring temporal land cover changes such as thoseExpand
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Toward edge sharpening: a SAR speckle filtering algorithm
This paper makes two contributions. It first introduces an algorithm for synthetic aperture radar (SAR) speckle reduction and edge sharpening. Existing speckle filtering algorithms can effectivelyExpand
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Remotely sensed indicators of habitat heterogeneity: Use of synthetic aperture radar in mapping vegetation structure and bird habitat
An integrated remote sensing/field ecology project linked the use of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) and aerial photography to studies of landscape spatial heterogeneity and bird community ecology.Expand
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