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Kemmelberg (Belgium) case study: comparison of DTM analysis methods for the detection of relicts from the First World War

Cornelis Stal UGent, Jean Bourgeois UGent, Philippe De Maeyer UGent, Guy De Mulder UGent, Alain De Wulf UGent, Rudi Goossens UGent, Timothy Nuttens UGent and Birger Stichelbaut UGent (2010) Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage : proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010. p.65-72
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Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage : proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010
editor
Rainer Reuter
pages
65 - 72
publisher
European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL)
conference name
30th EARSeL symposium : Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage
conference location
Paris, France
conference start
2010-05-31
conference end
2010-06-03
language
English
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yes
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C1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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1083926
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1083926
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http://www.earsel.org/symposia/2010-symposium-Paris/Proceedings/EARSeL-Symposium-2010_2-02.pdf
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2010-12-07 09:15:35
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@inproceedings{1083926,
  author       = {Stal, Cornelis and Bourgeois, Jean and De Maeyer, Philippe and De Mulder, Guy and De Wulf, Alain and Goossens, Rudi and Nuttens, Timothy and Stichelbaut, Birger},
  booktitle    = {Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage : proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010},
  editor       = {Reuter, Rainer},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Paris, France},
  pages        = {65--72},
  publisher    = {European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL)},
  title        = {Kemmelberg (Belgium) case study: comparison of DTM analysis methods for the detection of relicts from the First World War},
  url          = {http://www.earsel.org/symposia/2010-symposium-Paris/Proceedings/EARSeL-Symposium-2010\_2-02.pdf},
  year         = {2010},
}

Chicago
Stal, Cornelis, Jean Bourgeois, Philippe De Maeyer, Guy De Mulder, Alain De Wulf, Rudi Goossens, Timothy Nuttens, and Birger Stichelbaut. 2010. “Kemmelberg (Belgium) Case Study: Comparison of DTM Analysis Methods for the Detection of Relicts from the First World War.” In Remote Sensing for Science, Education, and Natural and Cultural Heritage : Proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010, ed. Rainer Reuter, 65–72. European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL).
APA
Stal, C., Bourgeois, J., De Maeyer, P., De Mulder, G., De Wulf, A., Goossens, R., Nuttens, T., et al. (2010). Kemmelberg (Belgium) case study: comparison of DTM analysis methods for the detection of relicts from the First World War. In R. Reuter (Ed.), Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage : proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010 (pp. 65–72). Presented at the 30th EARSeL symposium : Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage, European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL).
Vancouver
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Stal C, Bourgeois J, De Maeyer P, De Mulder G, De Wulf A, Goossens R, et al. Kemmelberg (Belgium) case study: comparison of DTM analysis methods for the detection of relicts from the First World War. In: Reuter R, editor. Remote sensing for science, education, and natural and cultural heritage : proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010. European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL); 2010. p. 65–72.
MLA
Stal, Cornelis, Jean Bourgeois, Philippe De Maeyer, et al. “Kemmelberg (Belgium) Case Study: Comparison of DTM Analysis Methods for the Detection of Relicts from the First World War.” Remote Sensing for Science, Education, and Natural and Cultural Heritage : Proceedings of the EARSeL Symposium 2010. Ed. Rainer Reuter. European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL), 2010. 65–72. Print.