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Title: Using remotely-sensed data for optimal field sampling
Authors: Debba, P
Keywords: Sampling
Remote sensing
Issue Date: Sep-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: Debba, P. 2008. Using remotely-sensed data for optimal field sampling. Sciencescope, Vol. 3(2), pp 18-20
Abstract: Statistics is the science pertaining to the collection, summary, analysis, interpretation and presentation of data. Some of the key questions in environmental studies are: where to sample, what to sample and how many samples to obtain. Conventional sampling techniques are not always suitable in environmental studies and scientists have explored the use of remotely-sensed data as ancillary information to aid in the design of sampling schemes. Remote sensing images provide a synoptic overview of a large area, thus giving a wealth of information over the entire area
Description: Copyright: 2008 CSIR
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3060
Appears in Collections:CSIR ScienceScope
Logistics and quantitative methods
General science, engineering & technology

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