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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Accuracy Assessment of a 300 m Global Land Cover Map: The GlobCover ExperienceDEFOURNY Pierre; SCHOUTEN Leon; BARTALEV Sergey; BONTEMPS Sophie; CACETTA Peter; DE WIT Allard; DI BELLA Carlos; GERARD Bruno; GIRI Chandra; GOND Valerie, et alContributions to Conferences
2004A Land Cover Map of South America.EVA Hugh douglas; BELWARD Alan steven; DE MIRANDA Mario; DI BELLA Dario; GOND Valerie; HUBER O.; JONES S.; SGRENZAROLI M.; FRITZ S.Articles in Journals
2000A Near-Real Time Forest-Cover Map of Madagascar Derived from SPOT-4 VEGETATION Data.MAYAUX Philippe; GOND Valerie; BARTHOLOME Etienne marie claudeArticles in Journals
2000The SMOKO Experiment. Devlopment and Test of a Multi-Systems Approach to Burnt Area Mapping from Optical, Thermal and Microwave Satellite Data. progress Report No. 1, June 2000GREGOIRE Jean-marie; BALZER I.; BARTHOLOME Etienne marie claude; BOSCHETTI Luigi; CAMPBELL S.; GOND Valerie; DE GRANDI Gianfranco; GRAETZ D.; HENRY P.; KING Edward, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Surveillance et Cartographie des Plans d'Eau et des Zones Humides et Inondables en Regions Arides avec l'Instrument VEGETATION Embarqué sur SPOT-4.GOND Valerie; BARTHOLOME Etienne marie claude; OUATTARA F.; NONGUIERMA A.; BADO LaurentArticles in Journals
2010Using MODIS Time Series to Characterize the Annual Dynamics of Photosynthesis in Tropical Forests of Central AfricaGOND Valerie; PENNEC A.; FAYOLLE A.; GOURLET-FLEURY S.; MAYAUX PhilippeArticles in Journals
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