ERS-1 study "94 final workshop proceedings Ispra, 23-24 febbraio 1995

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Published by Joint Research Centre, European Commission in [Ispra, Italy] .

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  • ERS-1 (Artificial satellite) -- Congresses.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Tropics -- Remote sensing -- Congresses.,
  • Artificial satellites in forestry -- Tropics -- Congresses.,
  • Radar in forestry -- Tropics -- Congresses.,
  • Synthetic aperture radar -- Congresses.

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Other titlesTREES, tropical environment observations by satellites, TREES ERS-1 SAR "94 project
Statementeditors: J.P. Malingreau, G.F. De Grandi ; with the assistance of Franchino ... [et al.]
GenreCongresses.
ContributionsMalingreau, Jean-Paul, De Grandi, G. G., European Commission. Joint Research Centre, Space Applications Institute (Commission of the European Communities. Joint Research Centre)
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 197 p. :
Number of Pages197
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Open LibraryOL19135288M

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In order to assess the potential of ERS-1 SAR data the TREES ERS-1 STUDY '94 was initiated. Past ERS-1 Studies within TREES In the past few years the use of ERS-1 SAR data within the TREES Project was concentrating on the development of technical tools for SAR data analysis.

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Dallemand, J.F., Lichtenegger, J., Kaufmann, V., Paudyal, D.R. and Reichert, P. (): Combined Analysis of ERS-1 SAR and Visible/Infrared Remote Sensing Data for Land Cover/ Land Use Mapping in a Tropical Zone: A Case Study in Guinea. Proceedings 1st ERS-1 Symposium on Space at the Service of our Environment, NovemberCannes, France.

Figure 3. Spatio-temporal coverage of ERS-1/2 (dark blue) and ERS-1 study 94 final workshop proceedings book ASAR IS2 (dark green) descending (left) and ascending passes (right). Highlighted tracks were processed at the time of writing.

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