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Estimation of land surface temperature over Delhi using Landsat-7 ETM+

@inproceedings{Mallick2008EstimationOL,
  title={Estimation of land surface temperature over Delhi using Landsat-7 ETM+},
  author={Javed Mallick and Yogesh Kant},
  year={2008}
}
Land surface temperature (LST) is important factor in global change studies, in estimating radiation budgets in heat balance studies and as a control for climate models. The knowledge of surface temperature is important to a range of issues and themes in earth sciences central to urban climatology, global environmental change, and human-environment interactions. In the study an attempt has been made to estimate surface temperature over Delhi area using Landsat-7 ETM+ satellite data. The… Expand

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