Matthias S. Moeller

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Environmental remote sensing is dominated by land use and land cover classifications. Different land cover features reflect electromagnetic radiation in different ways and remotely sensed images provide a basic and synoptic representation of land cover variation on the Earth’s surface. The pixel based analysis has been ‘the holy grail’ for many years.(More)
Urban areas are the most dynamic region on earth. Their size has been constantly increased during the past and this process will go on in the future. Especially in less developed countries a strong trend towards concentration of people in urban areas can be observed. To understand urban growth remote sensing imagery is a reliable source. A long term growth(More)
Availability of multispectral remote sensing data cheaply and its higher spectral resolution compared to remote sensing data with higher spatial resolution has proved valuable for geological mapping exploitation and mineral mapping. This has benefited applications such as landslide quantification, fault pattern mapping, rock and lineament mapping especially(More)
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