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System for on-ground establishment of baselines in remote-sensing studies of forest and marsh formation dynamics

, : System for on-ground establishment of baselines in remote-sensing studies of forest and marsh formation dynamics. Soviet Journal of Ecology 1989; 19(6): 309-313

A methodology is described for terrestrial support of remote sensing imagery (aerial photographs) used to determine the spatiotemporal variation in marsh and forest in the taiga zone of western Siberia. (Translated from Ekologiya (1988) No. 6, 3-8.).

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