Land use and land cover mapping in Europe : practices & trends /
|Imprint:||Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, |
|Description:||1 online resource : color illustrations.|
|Series:||Remote sensing and digital image processing, 1567-3200 ; volume 18|
Remote sensing and digital image processing ; v. 18.
|Subject:||Land use -- Europe -- Remote sensing.|
Land cover -- Europe -- Remote sensing.
Land use mapping.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems.
Sciences de la terre.
Land use mapping.
Land use -- Remote sensing.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11083798|
Table of Contents:
- Remote Sensing in support of the geo-information in Europe
- Global land cover mapping: Current status and future trends
- The users' role in the current European land monitoring context
- Towards an European land cover monitoring service and high-resolution layers
- CORINE Land Cover and land cover change products
- European Area Frame Sampling based on Very High Resolution image
- European forest monitoring approaches
- The European Urban Atlas
- A review of modern approaches to classification of remote sensing data
- Recent advances in remote sensing change detection
- a review
- Synergies from SAR-optical data fusion for LULC mapping
- Application of object-oriented method for classification of VHR satellite images using rule-based approach and texture measures
- Remote sensing of vegetation for nature conservation
- Modeling urban sprawl
- Land Information System Austria (LISA)
- Digital Land Cover Model for Germany DLM DE
- The 'German Way'
- Land Use & land cover mapping in Europe: Examples from the UK
- Operational land cover and land use mapping in the Netherlands
- The use of the Land-Cover Classification System in Eastern European countries: experiences, lessons learnt and the way forward
- Differentiation of Crop Types and Grassland by Multi-Scale Analysis of Seasonal Satellite Data
- Enhancing remotely sensed low resolution vegetation data for assessing Mediterranean areas prone to land degradation
- Beyond NDVI: Extraction of biophysical variables from remote sensing imagery
- Land transformation processes in NE China: Tracking trade-offs in ecosystem services across several decades with Landsat-TM/ETM+ time series
- Carbon stock estimation of tropical forests on Borneo, Indonesia, for REDD+.