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Couplage de capteurs pour l'étude de l'évolution de la végétation

Abstract : This paper presents the scientific and economical context of remote sensing applied to vegetation evolution. We show the interest of data fusion with different sensors: one satellite with fine spatial resolution and one with high temporal frequency. Then we present an estimation on temporal profiles of refiectances for different types of vegetation. Lasty we show how these profiles may be used, by computing a vegetation index, to study vegetation evolution.
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Michel Gay, Isabelle Herlin, Philippe Puyou-Lascassies. Couplage de capteurs pour l'étude de l'évolution de la végétation. Conférence européenne sur les technologies de l'information pour l'environnement - Metropolis, Informatique pour l'environnement'97, 1997, Strasbourg, France. pp.608-619. ⟨inria-00532705⟩



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