Understanding Forest Health with Remote Sensing - Part I - A Review of Spectral Traits, Processes and Remote-Sensing Characteristics
Lausch, Angela; Erasmi, Stefan; King, Douglas; Magdon, Paul; Heurich, Marco, 2016: Understanding Forest Health with Remote Sensing - Part I - A Review of Spectral Traits, Processes and Remote-Sensing Characteristics. In: Remote Sensing, Band 8, 12: 1029DOI: 10.3390/rs8121029.
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