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SYNERGY OF SENTINEL-1 AND SENTINEL-2 IMAGERY FOR WETLAND MONITORING INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM CONTINUOUS FLOW OF SENTINEL IMAGES APPLIED TO WATER BODIES AND VEGETATION MAPPING AND MONITORING

Abstract : Wetlands, very sensitive and valuable ecosystem can be monitored in terms of water surfaces dynamics as well as vegetation characterisation and monitoring exploiting satellite data. The synergy between the recently launched Sentinel1 and Sentinel2 satellites have been investigated over the Poyang and Anhui lakes in PR China. Results highlight the gain in terms of operationality with a very high revisit exploiting the two systems, as well as for a thematic point of view with no was not yet reach at this resolution for water bodies and terrestrial, floating and submerged vegetation mapping and monitoring.
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Hérve Yésou, Éric Pottier, Grégoire Mercier, Manuel Grizonnet, Sadri Haouet, et al.. SYNERGY OF SENTINEL-1 AND SENTINEL-2 IMAGERY FOR WETLAND MONITORING INFORMATION EXTRACTION FROM CONTINUOUS FLOW OF SENTINEL IMAGES APPLIED TO WATER BODIES AND VEGETATION MAPPING AND MONITORING. 36th IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Jul 2016, Beijing, China. pp.162--165. ⟨hal-01502349⟩

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