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Quantifying Fertilizer Application Response Variability with VHR Satellite NDVI Time Series in a Rainfed Smallholder Cropping System of Mali

Bibliographic reference Blaes, Xavier ; Chomé, Guillaume ; Lambert, Marie-Julie ; Traoré, Pierre Sibiry ; Schut, Antonius G.T. ; et. al. Quantifying Fertilizer Application Response Variability with VHR Satellite NDVI Time Series in a Rainfed Smallholder Cropping System of Mali. In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 8, p. 531 (22 June 2016)
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