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Seagrasses from above - drones and satellites

Satellite-based remote sensing can identify and map seagrass with satisfactory detail and frequency to maximum water depths of 40 m in many, but not all, cases, depending on water clarity. The final decision on selecting the appropriate satellite sensor highly depends on the scope of the project (scale and extent), spatial and temporal capabilities of the sensors and the available funds.

Year: 2020

From collection: Out of the Blue - Maps & Graphics from the report

Cartographer: Levi Westerveld

Tags: Seagrass

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