Annotated bibliography of remote sensing methods for monitoring desertification
- A.S. Walker and Charles J. Robinove
Remote sensing techniques are valuable for locating, assessing, and monitoring desertification. Remotely sensed data provide a permanent record of the condition of the land in a format that allows changes in land features and condition to be measured. The annotated bibliography of 118 items discusses remote sensing methods that may be applied to desertification studies.
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- Annotated bibliography of remote sensing methods for monitoring desertification
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- U.S. Geological Survey
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- Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center
- iii, 25 p.