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A Role of Remote Sensing in the Survey of Environmental Pollution
J Korean Soc Environ Eng. 1980;2(1):43-47.

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Remote sensing: Energy-related studies
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Remote sensing of environmental pollution on teesside
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Satellite Survey of Inner Seas: Oil Pollution in the Black and Caspian Seas
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Remote sensing of atmospheric aerosol in the nocturnal boundary layer using lidar
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Application of Imaging Spectrometer Data in Identifying Environmental Pollution Caused by Mining at Rodaquilar, Spain
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A General-Purpose Spatial Survey Design for Collaborative Science and Monitoring of Global Environmental Change: The Global Grid
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Airborne surveillance: The role of remote sensing and visual observation
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Association between nighttime artificial light pollution and sea turtle nest density along Florida coast: A geospatial study using VIIRS remote sensing data
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Predicting ground-level PM2.5 concentrations in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region: A hybrid remote sensing and machine learning approach
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