1 edition of Remote sensing for environmental research found in the catalog.
Remote sensing for environmental research
|Statement||edited by R.E. McIntosh and C.T. Swift.|
|Series||Proceedings of the IEEE -- vol.82 (12)|
|Contributions||McIntosh, Robert E., Swift, Calvin T.|
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