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The variations in reflectance from stand canopies, a limiting factor in decisions when using remote-sensing by satellite in forestry


, : The variations in reflectance from stand canopies, a limiting factor in decisions when using remote-sensing by satellite in forestry. Revue Forestiere Francaise 45(4): 452-454

A note is given on the problems caused by canopy reflectance when using satellite images, based on experience in Luxembourg with the French SPOT satellite.

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