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Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
In Australia, Landsat imagery is currently used in a number of regional and national monitoring projects to provide maps of the extent and change in area of perennial vegetation. They provide basic information for conservation, land management and for modelling carbon flux and water use. With the looming gap in Landsat data continuity it is timely to consider the issues involved in using data from other sensors to continue these monitoring programs. In the context of the Australian Greenhousedoi:10.1007/978-3-540-93962-7_7 fatcat:62u6h7v6wncn5gnuh27su435ce