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2003A Contextual Approach to the Operational Mapping of Burned Areas in Tropical Australian Savannas Using Medium Resolution Satellite Data.GRAETZ D.; GREGOIRE Jean-marie; LOVELL J.l.; KING E.a.; CAMPBELL S.k.; TOURNIER Alexandre marc louisArticles in Journals
2004A Global Inventory of Burned Areas at 1 km Resolution for the Year 2000 Derived from SPOT VEGETATION DataTANSEY Kevin; GREGOIRE Jean-marie; BINAGHI Elisabetta; BOSCHETTI Luigi; BRIVIO P.a.; ERSHOV Dimitry; FLASSE Stephane; FRASER Robert; GRAETZ D.; MAGGI Marta, et alArticles in Journals
2002Global Scale Inventory of the Area Burnt in the Year 2000. The GBA2000 Dataset.GREGOIRE Jean-marie; TANSEY Kevin; BOSCHETTI Luigi; BRIVIO Alessandro; ERSHOV Dmitry; FRASER Robert; GRAETZ D.; MAGGI Marta; PEDUZZI Pascal; PEREIRA Jose miguel, et alArticles 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
2004Vegetation Burning in the Year 2000 - Global Burned Area Estimates from SPOT VEGETATION DataTANSEY Kevin; GREGOIRE Jean-marie; STROPPIANA Daniela; SOUSA Adelia; SILVA J.; PEREIRA J.m.; BOSCHETTI Luigi; MAGGI Marta; BRIVIO P.a.; FRASER Robert, et alArticles in Journals
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