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Micro to macro mapping: Observing past landscapes via remote-sensing

Remotely detecting changes in landforms has long relied upon the Interpretation of aerial and satellite images. Effective interpretation of these images, however, can be hindered by the environmental conditions at the time the photo was taken, the quality of the image and the lack of topographical information. Composite image of vegetation indices in Northwest India created from 1254 images  reveals a complex palaeoriver network...

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