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The use of medium-format vertical aerial photographs in forestry and environmental planning

, : The use of medium-format vertical aerial photographs in forestry and environmental planning. Allgemeine Forstzeitschrift ( 27): 703-705

The use is described of medium format (6x6 cm) aerial photographs, and their successful application in Germany for recording forest damage or events such as floods or avalanches, for planning afforestation, landscape and recreation schemes etc., and for monitoring experimental and observation areas.

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