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ENVIRONMENTAL REMOTE SENSING FROM REGIONAL TO GLOBAL SCALES   1994
Edited by 
Giles M. Foody 
Paul J. Curran

1.  Environmental issues at regional to global scales

2.  Remote sensing and terrestrial global environment research - 
    The Tiger Programme

3.  Explaining and monitoring land cover dynamics in drylands using
    multi-temporal analysis of NOAA AVHRR Imagery

4.  The use of remote sensing to characterise the regenerative states
    of tropical forests

5.  Global land cover: comparison of ground-based data sets to 
    classifications with AVHRR data

6.  Snow monitoring in the United Kingdom using NOAA AVHRR imagery

7.  A near-real-time heat source monitoring system using NOAA polar
    orbiting meteorological satellites

8.  Per-zone classification of urban land cover for urban population
    estimation

9.  Attempts to drive ecosystem simulation models at local to regional
    scales

10. Remote sensing and the determination of geophysical parameters
    for input to global models

11. Environmental modelling using multiple-view-angle (MVA) remotely-
    sensed data

12. Earth observation data or information ?

13. Spatial data: data types, data applications and reasons for partial
    adoption and non-integration

14. Scale and environmental remote sensing

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