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Spectrophotometric studies on aquatic vegetation


, : Spectrophotometric studies on aquatic vegetation. Gidrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 22(6): 54-57

The article deals with preliminary results of the spectrophotometric remote sensing of high aquatic plant communities. The informative spectoral zones of the aims of mapping by multispectral removal are fixed. Some peculiarties of variables of the high aquatic plant communities reflect their characteristic and ecological conditions.

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