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Sentinel-2’s Potential for Sub-Pixel Landscape Feature Detection

Bibliographic reference Radoux, Julien ; Chomé, Guillaume ; Jacques, Damien Christophe ; Waldner, François ; Bellemans, Nicolas ; et. al. Sentinel-2’s Potential for Sub-Pixel Landscape Feature Detection. In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 8, no.6, p. 488 (2016)
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