The function of remote sensing in support of environmental policy

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de Leeuw, Jan; Georgiadou, Yola; Kerle, Norman; de Gier, Alfred; Inoue, Yoshio; Ferwerda, Jelle; Smies, Maarten; Narantuya, Davaa;
(2010)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
  • Journal: Remote Sensing (issn: 2072-4292)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3390/rs2071731
  • Subject: Q | environment | Science | remote sensing | earth observation | policy | governance

Limited awareness of environmental remote sensing’s potential ability to support environmental policy development constrains the technology’s utilization. This paper reviews the potential of earth observation from the perspective of environmental policy. A literature re... View more
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