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Three decades have passed since the launch of the first international satellite sensor programme designed for monitoring Earth's resources. Over this period, forest resources have come under increasing pressure, thus their management and use should be underpinned by information on their properties at a number of levels. This paper provides a comprehensive review of how satellite remote sensing has been used in forest resource assessment since the launch of the first Earth resources satellitedoi:10.1191/0309133305pp432ra fatcat:ogrrytmiojfktohplkgb7si2be