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High-resolution multispectral remote sensing data from satellite-borne optical sensors have already been used for the classification of sediments, macrophytes, and mussels in the German Wadden Sea. Since the use of those sensors in northern latitudes is strongly limited by clouds and haze, we included synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data, allowing earth(More)
The Wadden Sea along the North Sea coasts of Denmark, Germany, and the Netherlands is the largest unbroken system of intertidal sand and mud flats in the world. Its habitats are highly productive and harbour high standing stocks and densities of benthic species, well adapted to the demanding environmental conditions. Therefore, the Wadden Sea is one of the(More)
1. General The initial motivation for the project NOKIS (German title: Nord-und Ostsee-Küsteninformationssystem) was the absence of an infrastructure for the exchange of geodata across administrative boundaries between the German wadden sea national parks and other governmental administrations (e.g. from water management and administration of waterways and(More)
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