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Coastal Mapping and Change Detection Using High-Resolution IKONOS Satellite Imagery

  title={Coastal Mapping and Change Detection Using High-Resolution IKONOS Satellite Imagery},
  author={Kaichang Di and Ruijin Ma and Jue Wang and Rongxing Li},
Shoreline mapping and shoreline change detection are critical in many coastal zone applications. This paper presents results of the semi-automatic mapping of a coastal area of Lake Erie using 4-meter resolution multispectral (XS) and 1-meter resolution panchromatic (Pan) IKONOS Geo stereo images. An overview of the geometric processing of IKONOS imagery is presented. Then, the latest results of our IKONOS geopositioning accuracy improvement efforts are reported. Subsequently, methods and… 

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