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The remote-sensing technique microwave backscattering is known to be applied to determine various vegetation conditions, such as the growth of trees. However, the technology is mainly applied for studying geographic topologies from long distances, with measurement systems installed in satellites or aircraft. The rapid evolution of microwave technologies in recent years, such as the miniaturization of radar apparatus and reducing the power required to operate them, supports the thought thatdoi:10.5281/zenodo.1610885 fatcat:qavduxezcvaf3nxxiy2an65jva