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1:250 000 land-use map of Catalonia (32 000 kmsuperscript 2) using multi-temporal Landsat-TM data


, : 1:250 000 land-use map of Catalonia (32 000 kmsuperscript 2) using multi-temporal Landsat-TM data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 16(1): 129-146

Multi-temporal TM data, collected in 1987, was processed in order to map twenty land-use categories over an area of 32000 kmsuperscript 2 in Catalonia, Spain. Geometrical correction was accomplished by applying digital correlation techniques between TM images and a Ground Control Points (GCPs) database. The database consisted of over 1000 GCPs, and was composed of 15 by 15 pixel sub-areas centred at UTM coordinates of all the control points used in previous studies.


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