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The potential of L‐band SAR for quantifying mangrove characteristics and change: case studies from the tropics
Lucas, R. M., Mitchell, A. L., Rosenqvist, A., Christophe, P., Melius, A., Ticehurst, C. (2007). The potential of L-band SAR for quantifying mangrove characteristics and change: case studies from theExpand
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Current remote sensing approaches to monitoring forest degradation in support of countries measurement, reporting and verification (MRV) systems for REDD+
Forest degradation is a global phenomenon and while being an important indicator and precursor to further forest loss, carbon emissions due to degradation should also be accounted for in nationalExpand
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Combining satellite data for better tropical forest monitoring
Implementation of policies to reduce forest loss challenges the Earth observation community to improve forest monitoring. An important avenue for progress is the use of new satellite missions and theExpand
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Joint Processing of Landsat and ALOS-PALSAR Data for Forest Mapping and Monitoring
Recent technological advances in the field of radar remote sensing have allowed the deployment of an increasing number of new satellite sensors. These provide an important source of Earth observationExpand
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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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SAR and optical remote sensing: Assessment of complementarity and interoperability in the context of a large-scale operational forest monitoring system
Abstract In light of the growing volumes of remote sensing data generated by multiple space-borne platforms, integrated multi-sensor frameworks will continue to generate a significant interest in theExpand
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Measurement of Forest Above-Ground Biomass Using Active and Passive Remote Sensing at Large (Subnational to Global) Scales
Within the global forest area, a diverse range of forest types exist with each supporting varying amounts of biomass and allocations to different plant components. At country to continental scales,Expand
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C- and L-band SAR interoperability: Filling the gaps in continuous forest cover mapping in Tasmania
Abstract This paper addresses the shortfall in L-band SAR data availability for the purpose of extracting spatially explicit information on forest cover, and the capacity to fill the gap usingExpand
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Towards an operational SAR monitoring system for monitoring environmental flows in the Macquarie Marshes
Multi-frequency synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data was acquired over the Macquarie Marshes Nature Reserve in north central New South Wales (NSW), Australia, to demonstrate the potential of imagingExpand
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Forest Discrimination Analysis of Combined Landsat TM and ALOS-PALSAR Data
The joint processing of remote sensing d ata acquired from sensors operating at different wavele ngths has the potential to significantly improve the oper ation of global forest mapping andExpand
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