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dc.contributor.authorPivot, Frederique
dc.description.abstractCompared to conventional snow measurements sporadically taken in situ, remote data sensing is particularly well-adapted to the monitoring of snow-covered surfaces over continuous space-time scales. A multi-sensing approach utilizing space borne sensors with a variety of spectral, spatial and temporal resolutions can meet the needs of climatologies and hydrologists studying climate systems who need to acquire snow cover information on both a fine temporarl scale and over large areas.en
dc.titleSnow Cover Monitoring Using Microwave Remote Sensingen

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