Remote sensing in northern hydrology: measuring environmental change
This book presents the most recent advancements in, and future prospects on, the use of remote sensing as a tool in northern hydrology. Remote Sensing is derived from an International Symposium and Workshop, Norther Research Basins, held in Fairbanks, Alaska.
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Remote Sensing of Glaciers and Ice Sheets
Ice Characteristics and Processes and Remote Sensing of Frozen Rivers and Lakes
Satellite Remote Sensing of Permafrost and Seasonally Frozen Ground
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