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Title
Remote sensing for resources development and environmental management
Author
Damen, M. C. J.

indirectin-
tant in these
siderably in
if we use a
te soil con-
surface
arately de-
of the
site con-
content
reflection
nd the re-
applicable.
egetation
rated. The
igh resolu-
urement of
terrain
ons of this
d terrain
ngle wave-
:ispectral
iund based
ds latter
•tility
i the results
rements with
ile tracing
¡.1 accuracy
laser reflec-
5 target.
5 for the
less and de-
:tion. With
rentiation is
similar re-
s basis of
that dis
cus vegetation
jreatly im-
differentiate
ispectral
sensing
system was
Ives soil
tion measure-
1600 nm wave-
rganic carbon,
ctively.
iversally
dictions
ence on %
rations in
n content
and iron
ing on the
perties on a
eflection
lengths.
useful in
.ilizer man-
ice there are
to be con
its it is
pie laser at
the above mentioned wavelength ranges be used to ob
tain highly reliable observations.
These results suggest that remote sensing based on
a laser system will provide a new dimension for re
mote sensing assessments of terrain surface condi
tions.
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