Attribution of local climate zones using a multitemporal land use/land cover classification scheme
Andreas Wicki, Eberhard Parlow
Detecting photovoltaic solar panels using hyperspectral imagery and estimating solar power production
Review of the use of remote sensing for biomass estimation to support renewable energy generation (2015)
Lalit Kumar; Priyakant Sinha; Subhashni Taylor; Abdullah F. Alqurashi
Modified MODIS fluorescence line height data product to improve image interpretation for red tide monitoring in the eastern Gulf of Mexico (2017)
Chuanmin Hu; Lian Feng
Demonstration of spatial greenhouse gas mapping using laser absorption spectrometers on local scales (2017)
Jeremy T. Dobler; et al.
Stand-off detection of alcohol in car cabins (2014)
Jarosław Młyńczak; Jan Kubicki; Krzysztof Kopczyński
Low-cost multispectral imaging for remote sensing of lettuce health (2017)
David D. W. Ren; Siddhant Tripathi; Larry K. B. Li
Validation of DigitalGlobe WorldView-3 Earth imaging satellite shortwave infrared bands for mineral mapping (2015)
Fred A. Kruse ; William M. Baugh ; Sandra L. Perry
Multitemporal crop surface models: accurate plant height measurement and biomass estimation with terrestrial laser scanning in paddy rice (2014)
Nora Tilly; Dirk Hoffmeister; Qiang Cao; Shanyu Huang; Victoria Lenz-Wiedemann; Yuxin Miao; Georg Bareth
Chemical detection on surfaces by hyperspectral imaging
Russell E. Warren; David B. Cohn
Modeling linear and intimate mixtures of materials in hyperspectral imagery with single-scattering albedo and kernel approaches (2017)
Robert S. Rand; Ronald G. Resmini; David W. Allen
Economic impacts of climate change on agriculture: the AgMIP approach (2015)
Jacques Delincé; Pavel Ciaian; Heinz-Peter Witzke
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