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Title : CLASSIFYING THE LAND COVER OF MEXICO IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE NORTH AMERICAN LAND CHANGE MONITORING SYSTEM
Company : National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of the Biodiversity (CONABIO)
File Name : Colditz.pdf
Size : 493616
Type : application/pdf
Date : 27-May-2010
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René R. Colditz, Pedro Maeda, Gerardo López, Isabel Cruz and Rainer Ressl

Automatic derivation of land cover information from optical satellite data is one of the main research topics in remote sensing. Accurate land cover products are needed for biogeochemical modelling and biodiversity analysis. Land transformation processes are analyzed in the framework of global change studies. While many global land cover products fulfil the needs for driving global models, their accuracy is insufficient for regional to continental applications. The North American Land Change Monitoring System is a tri-national initiative to provide accurate, automatically generated annual land cover and land change products. Its first product, the land cover map of North America for 2005, has recently been completed and is published by the intergovernmental Commission for Environmental Cooperation.
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