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Correction of topographic effects influencing the differenced Normalized Burn Ratio's optimality for estimating fire severity

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Veraverbeke, Sander, Willem Verstraeten, Stefaan Lhermitte, et al. “Correction of Topographic Effects Influencing the Differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s Optimality for Estimating Fire Severity.” Proceedings 7th EARSeL Workshop on Advances in RS and GIS Applications in Forest Fire Management. 2009. 271–276. Print.
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Veraverbeke, S., Verstraeten, W., Lhermitte, S., & Goossens, R. (2009). Correction of topographic effects influencing the differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s optimality for estimating fire severity. Proceedings 7th EARSeL workshop on advances in RS and GIS applications in forest fire management (pp. 271–276). Presented at the Advances in Remote Sensing and GIS applications in Forest Fire Management: towards an operational use of remote sensing in forest fire management.
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Veraverbeke, Sander, Willem Verstraeten, Stefaan Lhermitte, and Rudi Goossens. 2009. “Correction of Topographic Effects Influencing the Differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s Optimality for Estimating Fire Severity.” In Proceedings 7th EARSeL Workshop on Advances in RS and GIS Applications in Forest Fire Management, 271–276.
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Veraverbeke, Sander, Willem Verstraeten, Stefaan Lhermitte, and Rudi Goossens. 2009. “Correction of Topographic Effects Influencing the Differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s Optimality for Estimating Fire Severity.” In Proceedings 7th EARSeL Workshop on Advances in RS and GIS Applications in Forest Fire Management, 271–276.
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Veraverbeke S, Verstraeten W, Lhermitte S, Goossens R. Correction of topographic effects influencing the differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s optimality for estimating fire severity. Proceedings 7th EARSeL workshop on advances in RS and GIS applications in forest fire management. 2009. p. 271–6.
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S. Veraverbeke, W. Verstraeten, S. Lhermitte, and R. Goossens, “Correction of topographic effects influencing the differenced Normalized Burn Ratio’s optimality for estimating fire severity,” in Proceedings 7th EARSeL workshop on advances in RS and GIS applications in forest fire management, Matera, Italy, 2009, pp. 271–276.
@inproceedings{747836,
  author       = {Veraverbeke, Sander and Verstraeten, Willem and Lhermitte, Stefaan and Goossens, Rudi},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings 7th EARSeL workshop on advances in RS and GIS applications in forest fire management},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Matera, Italy},
  pages        = {271--276},
  title        = {Correction of topographic effects influencing the differenced Normalized Burn Ratio's optimality for estimating fire severity},
  year         = {2009},
}