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Mapping of the BCLME shoreline, shallow water & marine habitats: Physical mapping project.
(Benguela Environment Fisheries Interaction & Training Programme (BENEFIT), Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) Programme, 2007)
Seaborne measurements of near infrared water-leaving reflectance: The similarity spectrum for turbid waters.
(American Society of Luminology and Oceanography, 2006)
Theory and seaborne measurements are presented for the near infrared (NIR: 700–900 nm) water-leaving reflectance in turbid waters. According to theory, the shape of the NIR spectrum is determined largely by pure water ...
Optical remote sensing in support of eutrophication monitoring in the southern North Sea.
(European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL)., 2004)
Spring mean and maximum chlorophyll a (chl a) concentrations are main factors to determine the eutrophication status of the Belgian waters as agreed within OSPAR in 2002. Other important assessment parameters to measure ...
Assessing potential to produce final ocean colour maps of Namibia`s marine environment: Final report for BCLME/UNOPS PCU/POLYTECH/05/01 MODIS.
(Benguela Curent Large Marine Ecosystem Programme (BCLME)., 2006)
Manual for working with MODIS images in SeaDAS 6.2.
This manual was written for the students of the School of Natural Resources and Tourism, Polytechnic of Namibia during the pilot project “Assessing potential to produce final Ocean Colour maps of Namibia’s marine environment”, ...
The future Okavango project: SP05 - Impacts of altered land use practises on the plant related ESF&S. TFO fieldwork report 2010 - 2012 for task 6 of SP05: Timber provision of Burkea Woodlands
This short field work report gives an overview of the forest inventory work done during the first two years of The Future Okavango (TFO) project, a project implemented till 2015 and funded by the German Ministry of Education ...
Potential, realised, future distribution and environmental suitability for pterocarpus angolensis DC in southern Africa.
The deciduous tree species Pterocarpus angolensis occurs in the dry woodlands of southern Africa and grows under a broad range of environmental conditions. It is threatened by overharvesting due to its valuable timber ...