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INTRODUCTION Fire is a common management tool in African tropical and subtropical savanna. It is acknowledged to be a factor for explaining the disturbance of vegetation dynamics. Depending on the fire regime more specifically the occurrence and the seasonality of the fires, the vegetation cover of the savanna changes in terms of biomass quantity and(More)
For flood risk modelling at watershed level, it is important to identify urban areas due to their soil waterproofing function. Very high spatial resolution images are now able to discriminate the elementary features which characterize urban landscape. Nevertheless, the traditional per-pixel classifier approach appears inadequate for mapping these landscape(More)
This paper is concerned with the sensitivity analysis of the model parameters of the Takagi-Sugeno-Kang fuzzy rainfall-runoff models previously developed by the authors. These models are classified in two types of fuzzy models , where the first type is intended to account for the effect of changes in catchment wetness and the second type incorporates(More)
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