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Scale, Resolution and Resampling: Representation and Analysis of Remotely Sensed Landscapes Across Scale in Geographic Information Systems.

@inproceedings{Weigel1996ScaleRA,
  title={Scale, Resolution and Resampling: Representation and Analysis of Remotely Sensed Landscapes Across Scale in Geographic Information Systems.},
  author={S. Weigel},
  year={1996}
}
Earth Q%tem scientists are increasingly using the technologies of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing (RS) in their analyses of earth ^ e m processes and patterns. These investigations take place over a wide range of scales, hom the local to the global. Global change researchers focus on both the physical and human dimensions of changes in the earth’s landscapes, which occur across a range of scales and may be scale dependent The way in which landscapes are represented in… Expand
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