Remote sensing and GIS for detecting changes in the aquatic vegetation of a rehabilitated lake

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Remote sensing and geographical information system (GIS) methods combined with ground estimations were used to assess the effects of rehabilitation on the aquatic vegetation of a shallow, eutrophic lake in Finland. Aerial photograph interpretation was used to study the distribution of aquatic vegetation before (1953, 1996) and after (2001) rehabilitation in… (More)

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@inproceedings{ValtaHulkkonen2004RemoteSA, title={Remote sensing and GIS for detecting changes in the aquatic vegetation of a rehabilitated lake}, author={Kirsi Valta-Hulkkonen and Antti Kanninen and P. Pellikka}, year={2004} }