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Determining the Utility and Adaptability of Remote Sensing in Monitoring and Assessing Reservoir Eutrophication and Turbidity for TMDL Assessments.

Type: 
Survey Report
Published on: 
2010
Page numbers: 
58 pp.
Survey program: 
Central Plains Center for BioAssessment
Journal number: 
Report No. 171
Published by: 
Kansas Biological Survey
Citation HTML: 
Huggins, D., M. Jakubauskas, D. Baker, T. Hammer. 2010. Determining the Utility and Adaptability of Remote Sensing in Monitoring and Assessing Reservoir Eutrophication and Turbidity for TMDL Assessments. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 171:58 pp. http://www.cpcb.ku.edu/datalibrary/...
URL: 
http://www.cpcb.ku.edu/datalibrary/assets/library/KBSreports/KBSrpt171_MODISfinal.pdf

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