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JERS-1Japanese Earth Resources Satellite, number 1
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Qi, "Biophysical estimation in tropical forests using JERS-1 SAR and VNIR imagery.
Watanabe, "Digital terrain model of JERS-1 data for ASTER VNIR stereo application," IEEE Int.
Assessing JERS-1 synthetic aperture radar data for vegetation mapping in the Brazilian savanna.
Sistemas opticos estereoscopicos usados para la generacion de Modelos de Elevacion Digital (MED) * SYSTEMAS TIPO DE ANGULO AREA DE TAMANO ESTEREOSCOPIA DE VISTA LA IMAGEN DEL PIXEL Spot-5 Transverso +23 60 x 60 km 5 m HRG Multitemporal -19 EROS-A Longitudinal +38 -8 13 x 13 km 1,8 to 2,4 m Pan Instantaneo -6 -27 IKONOS-II Longitudinal +/- 27 10 x 10 km 1 m Pan Instantaneo QUIKBIRD Longitudinal +/- 29 18 x 15 km 0,61 m Pan Instantaneo ASTER Longitudinal +/- 24 60 x 60 km 15 m VNIR Instantaneo JERS-1 Longitudinal +/- 24 75 x 75 km 18 m Instantaneo * Basado en Toutin, 2004 Cuadro 2.
Masamu Aniya (Universidad de Tsukuba, Japon), por la facilitacion de la imagen Jers-1 del monte San Lorenzo.
The reentry of JERS-1, known in Japanese as Fuyo No.
"Assessment of the Potential of JERS-1 for Relief Mapping Using Optical and SAR Data".
Radar satellite data is available from a number of sources, including Canada's Radarsat International, Japan's JERS-1, and the European Space Agency's ERS-1.
Plans for future satellites include Japan's JERS-1, due to be launched in 1992, and SPOT 5 which will possibly be launched in 1997.
Marghany, "Exploration of gold mineralization in a tropical region using Earth Observing-1 (E01) and JERS-1 SAR data: a case study from Bau gold field, Sarawak, Malaysia," Arabian Journal of Geosciences, vol.
JERS-1, Landsat-7, and SPOT satellite images were used to examine flooded areas in the monsoon (wet) seasons of 1992 to 2002.
NASDA officials said the JERS-1, known in Japanese as Fuyo No.