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The benefits of remote sensing for conservation and monitoring world heritage sites

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De Maeyer, Philippe, Leen De Temmerman, Peter Bogaert, Liesbeth Vansteenvoort, Rudi Goossens, and M BINARD. 2004. “The Benefits of Remote Sensing for Conservation and Monitoring World Heritage Sites.” Ed. R Goossens. Remote Sensing in Transition: 381–385.
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De Maeyer, Philippe, De Temmerman, L., Bogaert, P., Vansteenvoort, L., Goossens, R., & BINARD, M. (2004). The benefits of remote sensing for conservation and monitoring world heritage sites. (R Goossens, Ed.)REMOTE SENSING IN TRANSITION, 381–385.
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De Maeyer P, De Temmerman L, Bogaert P, Vansteenvoort L, Goossens R, BINARD M. The benefits of remote sensing for conservation and monitoring world heritage sites. Goossens R, editor. REMOTE SENSING IN TRANSITION. MILLPRESS SCIENCE PUBLISHERS; 2004;381–5.
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De Maeyer, Philippe, Leen De Temmerman, Peter Bogaert, et al. “The Benefits of Remote Sensing for Conservation and Monitoring World Heritage Sites.” Ed. R Goossens. REMOTE SENSING IN TRANSITION (2004): 381–385. Print.
@article{403981,
  author       = {De Maeyer, Philippe and De Temmerman, Leen and Bogaert, Peter and Vansteenvoort, Liesbeth and Goossens, Rudi and BINARD, M},
  editor       = {Goossens, R},
  isbn         = {90-5966-007-2},
  journal      = {REMOTE SENSING IN TRANSITION},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {381--385},
  publisher    = {MILLPRESS SCIENCE PUBLISHERS},
  title        = {The benefits of remote sensing for conservation and monitoring world heritage sites},
  year         = {2004},
}

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