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Validation of the global land cover 2000 map
  • P. Mayaux, H. Eva, +9 authors P. S. Roy
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote…
  • 26 June 2006
The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC), in partnership with 30 institutions, has produced a global land cover map for the year 2000, the GLC 2000 map. The validation of theExpand
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Biomass estimation using satellite remote sensing data—An investigation on possible approaches for natural forest
Vegetation type and its biomass are considered important components affecting biosphere-atmosphere interactions. The measurements of biomass per unit area and productivity have been set as one of theExpand
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Biodiversity characterization at landscape level using geospatial modelling technique
Abstract Geospatial presentation of habitat status has become a key issue for planning conservation. Biodiversity characters of the habitat provide the basis of prioritizing the sites in conservationExpand
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Land Surface Water Index (LSWI) response to rainfall and NDVI using the MODIS Vegetation Index product
For more than 20 years the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) has been widely used to monitor vegetation stress. It takes advantage of the differential reflection of green vegetation inExpand
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Vegetation cover mapping in India using multi-temporal IRS Wide Field Sensor (WiFS) data
Abstract In this study, we explored the potential of multi-temporal IRS Wide Field Sensor (WiFS) data for mapping of vegetation cover types in India. A vegetation cover type map was generated from aExpand
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Multicriteria Spatial Decision Analysis in Web GIS Environment
Internet, a client/server system, is a perfect means of GIS data accessing, analyzing and transmission. The World Wide Web, FTP (file transfer protocol) and HTTP programs make it convenient to accessExpand
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India, with a forest cover of 20.55% of geographical area, contains a variety of climate zones, from the tropical south, north-western hot deserts to Himalayan cold deserts. Enriched with ampleExpand
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Forest Canopy Density Stratification: How Relevant is Biophysical Spectral Response Modelling Approach?
Abstract Monitoring of forest cover is an essential tool for sustainable management of natural resources. Woody green cover can better maintained and managed by identification of forest gaps andExpand
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Forest cover assessment in western Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh using IRS 1C/1D WiFS data
Methodologies using wide resolution satellite data were developed for tropical forest spectral discrimination and mapping at a regional scale. Himachal Pradesh was selected as a case study using aExpand
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New vegetation type map of India prepared using satellite remote sensing: Comparison with global vegetation maps and utilities
A seamless vegetation type map of India (scale 1: 50,000) prepared using medium-resolution IRS LISS-III images is presented. The map was created using an on-screen visual interpretation technique andExpand
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