Full text: Remote sensing for resources development and environmental management (Vol. 1)

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435 Remote sensing methods of monitoring the anthropogenic activities in the forest 521 
V.J.Sukhikh 
441 Comparison of SPOT-simulated and Landsat 5 TM imagery in vegetation mapping 525 
H. Temmervik 
445 Multi-temporal Landsat for land unit mapping on project scale of the Sudd-floodplain, Southern 
Sudan 531 
Y.A.Yath & H.A.M.J.van Gils 
451 Assessment of TM thermal infrared band contribution in land cover/land use multispectral 
classification 533 
José A. Valdes Altamira, Marion F.Baumgardner & Carlos R. Valenzuela 
457 An efficient classification scheme for verifying lack fidelity of existing county level findings to 
cultivated land cover areas 541 
Yang Kai, Lin Kaiyu, Chen Jun & Lu Jian 
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The application of remote sensing in Song-nen plain of Heilongjiang province, China 545 
Zhang Xiu-yin, Jin Jing, Cui Da 
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