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

ireas 657
ia 669
is 685
Simple classifiers of satellite data for hydrologic modelling
R.S.Dray ton, T.R.E.Chidley & W.C. Collins
The delineation and classification of inland wetlands utilizing fcir stereo imagery
Stephen A.Estrin
A hydrological comparison of Landsat TM, Landsat MSS and black & white aerial photography 717
M.J.France & P.D.Hedges
Application of remote sensing in hydromorphology for third world development: A resource
development study in parts of Haryana (India)
A. S. Jadhav
Remote sensing of flow characteristics of the strait of Oresund
Present state, changes and quality of Sologne and Brenne, two French large wetlands, studied
with the MSS and TM Landsat data
Michel Lenco & Jean-Pierre Dedieu
The quantification of floodplain inundation by the use of LANDSAT and Metric Camera
information, Belize, Central America
S.T. Miller
Remote sensing as a tool for assessing environmental effects of hydroelectric development in a
remote river basin
W. Murray Paterson & Stewart K. Sears
Environmental assessment for large scale civil engineering projects with data of DTM and remote
Taichi Oshima, At sushi Rikimaru, Youichi Kato & Masaharu Nakamura
Sea surface temperature studies in Norwegian coastal areas using AVHRR- and TM thermal
infrared data
Satellite data in aquatic area research: Some ideas for future studies
Jouko T.Raitala
Analysis of Landsat multispectral-multitemporal images for geologic-lithologic map of the
Bangladesh Delta
Water quality monitoring of Lake Balaton using LANDSAT MSS data
H.Shimoda, M.Etaya, T. Sakata, L.Goda & K.Stelczer
Determination of spectral signatures of natural water by optical airborne and shipbome
D.Spitzer & M.R. Wemand
Classification of bottom composition and bathymetry of shallow waters by passive remote sensing 775
D.Spitzer & R. W.J.Dirks