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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Analysis of the Geometric Quality of the LPIS-based RapidEye level 3ANOWAK Joanna; TOKARCZYK Piotr AndrzejEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Are You Being Served? Initial Findings of the Image2000 Website User SurveyNOWAK Joanna; BIELSKI ConradContributions to Conferences
2007A First Look at Usage Patterns of Publicly Available Spatial InformationNOWAK JOANNA; BIELSKI CONRADContributions to Conferences
2011IMAGE-2006 Mosaic: Analysis of Image FootprintsSOILLE PIERRE; BIELSKI CONRAD; NOWAK JOANNAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Issues of Multilinguality in Creating a European SDI - The Perspective for Spatial Data InteroperabilityNOWAK JOANNA; NOGUERAS ISO Javier; PEEDELL STEPHENContributions to Conferences
2010Kompsat-2: Initial findings of Geometric Image Quality AnalysisNOWAK Joanna; TOKARCZYK Piotr AndrzejEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009Maussane GPS field campaign: Methodology and ResultsLUCAU DANILA COZMIN-CATALIN; NOWAK JoannaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Public Access to Remotely Accessible Spatial InformationNOWAK JOANNAContributions to Conferences
2009RapidEye - Initial findings of Geometric Image Quality AnalysisNOWAK JoannaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005What Technology Does INSPIRE Need? - Development and Research RequirementsBERNARD Lars; ANNONI ALESSANDRO; KANELLOPOULOS IOANNIS; MILLOT MICHEL; NOGUERAS ISO Javier; NOWAK JOANNA; TOTH KATALINContributions to Conferences
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