Natural growth as an indicator of monitoring of the linear infrastructure for safety and security issues

Kurnaz, Sefer;Rustamov, Rustam B.;Zeynalova, Maral;Qasimova, Fazila

  • Published : 2008.05.10



pollution;vegetation;biodegradation;space technology;remote sensing;GIS;space image;high resolution;image processing;database;security;monitoring


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