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Identifying populations potentially exposed to agricultural pesticides using remote sensing and a Geographic Information System.
- M. Ward, J. Nuckols, S. J. Weigel, S. K. Maxwell, K. Cantor, R. Miller
- Medicine, Biology
- Environmental health perspectives
- 22 November 1999
Pesticides used in agriculture may cause adverse health effects among the population living near agricultural areas. However, identifying the populations most likely to be exposed is difficult. We… Expand
Scale, Resolution and Resampling: Representation and Analysis of Remotely Sensed Landscapes Across Scale in Geographic Information Systems.
- S. J. Weigel
- Computer Science
This research investigates two specific issues of importance to research investigating landscape change across scale, those of resampling and analysis. Expand