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Categorization of land-cover change processes based on phenological indicators extracted from time series of vegetation index data

Bibliographic reference Lupo, F. ; Linderman, M. ; Vanacker, Veerle ; Bartholome, E. ; Lambin, Eric. Categorization of land-cover change processes based on phenological indicators extracted from time series of vegetation index data. In: International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 28, no. 11, p. 2469-2483 (2007)
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