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Current practices in UAS-based environmental monitoring. / Tmušić, G.; Manfreda, S.; Aasen, H.; James, M.R.; Gonçalves, G.; Ben-Dor, E.; Brook, A.; Polinova, M.; Arranz, J.J.; Mészáros, J.; Zhuang, R.; Johansen, K.; Malbeteau, Y.; de Lima, I.P.; Davids, C.; Herban, S.; McCabe, M.F.

In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 12, No. 6, 20.03.2020.

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Tmušić, G, Manfreda, S, Aasen, H, James, MR, Gonçalves, G, Ben-Dor, E, Brook, A, Polinova, M, Arranz, JJ, Mészáros, J, Zhuang, R, Johansen, K, Malbeteau, Y, de Lima, IP, Davids, C, Herban, S & McCabe, MF 2020, 'Current practices in UAS-based environmental monitoring', Remote Sensing, vol. 12, no. 6. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12061001

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Tmušić, G., Manfreda, S., Aasen, H., James, M. R., Gonçalves, G., Ben-Dor, E., Brook, A., Polinova, M., Arranz, J. J., Mészáros, J., Zhuang, R., Johansen, K., Malbeteau, Y., de Lima, I. P., Davids, C., Herban, S., & McCabe, M. F. (2020). Current practices in UAS-based environmental monitoring. Remote Sensing, 12(6). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12061001

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Tmušić G, Manfreda S, Aasen H, James MR, Gonçalves G, Ben-Dor E et al. Current practices in UAS-based environmental monitoring. Remote Sensing. 2020 Mar 20;12(6). https://doi.org/10.3390/rs12061001

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Tmušić, G. ; Manfreda, S. ; Aasen, H. ; James, M.R. ; Gonçalves, G. ; Ben-Dor, E. ; Brook, A. ; Polinova, M. ; Arranz, J.J. ; Mészáros, J. ; Zhuang, R. ; Johansen, K. ; Malbeteau, Y. ; de Lima, I.P. ; Davids, C. ; Herban, S. ; McCabe, M.F. / Current practices in UAS-based environmental monitoring. In: Remote Sensing. 2020 ; Vol. 12, No. 6.

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