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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1995The Application of the FIRS Project's Foundation Action 1. The Regionalisation and Stratification of European Forest Ecosystems for Providing a European NOAA-AVHRR-Based Forest MapFOLVING Sten; KENNEDY Pamela; MEGIER JacquesContributions to Conferences
1995Conceptual Framework for Desertification Monitoring in the Mediterranean Using Earth Observation Satellite DataHILL Joachim vitus; MEGIER Jacques; IMESON A.Contributions to Conferences
1991European Collaboration on Development of New Environmental Thematic Map-Types from Remotely Sensed DataFOLVING Sten; MEGIER JacquesContributions to Conferences
1990Evidential Reasoning in a Pixel Classification Hierarchy. A Potential Method for Integrating Image Classifiers and Expert System Rules Based on Geographic ContextMEGIER JacquesArticles in Journals
1993An Experimental System for the Integration of GIS Data in Knowledge-Based Image Analysis for Remote Sensing of AgricultureMEGIER Jacques; KONTOES C.Articles in Journals
1995Forest Mapping from Multi-Source Satellite Data Using Neural Network Classifiers. An Experiment in PortugalFOLVING Sten; KANELLOPOULOS Ioannis; FULLERTON Karen therese; MEGIER JacquesArticles in Journals
1994Imaging Spectrometry as a Tool for Environmental Observations. Eurocourse, 23-27 November 1992, Ispra (I)MEGIER Jacques; HILL JoachimEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1992Land-Cover Discrimination in SPOT HRV Imagery Using an Artificial Neural Network. A 20-Class ExperimentMEGIER JacquesArticles in Journals
1991Land-Use Inventory and Mapping in a Mountainous Area. The Ardeche ExperimentMEGIER Jacques; HILL Joachim; KOHL HansArticles in Journals
1988Regional Land Cover and Agricultural Area Statistics and Mapping in the Ardeche Department (France) by Use of Thematic Mapper DataMEGIER Jacques; HILL JoachimContributions to Conferences
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