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A Dynamic Vegetation Senescence Indicator for Near-Real-Time Desert Locust Habitat Monitoring with MODIS

Bibliographic reference Renier, Cécile ; Waldner, François ; Jacques, Damien Christophe ; Babah Ebbe, Mohamed ; Cressman, Keith ; et. al. A Dynamic Vegetation Senescence Indicator for Near-Real-Time Desert Locust Habitat Monitoring with MODIS. In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 7, no. 6, p. 7545-7570 (2015)
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