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    Journal Articles & Books
    November, 2014

    Application of the satellite remote sensing techniques to wildlife research began from discernment of the individual animal and/or evaluation of animal behavior from the photography experiments. Satellite remote sensing to wildlife research at the present has applied for the purpose of evaluating the animal habitat. Trends in satellite remote sensing for wildlife are evaluating the index of wildlife habitat and estimating relationship with an environmental variables and animal distribution.

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    Journal Articles & Books
    April, 2014

    Here we propose an accurate and robust method for large-area land-use and land-cover (LULC) mapping using multi-temporal optical data. The conventional method for LULC classification usually uses time-series data at regular intervals to consider the seasonality of LULC. However, high-resolution optical data have considerable seasonal biases, making it difficult to use time-series data.

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    Journal Articles & Books
    January, 2014

    This paper examines and discusses issues concerning the smallholder teak forestry in taungya style in southern Laos. The Provincial department of Agriculture and Forestry of Champasack Province introduced teak forestry for two reasons; poverty reduction and reforestation. We have conducted surveys in a rural village which has typical features of population size and ethnic. Questionnaire survey and field survey with GPS were conducted to collect household-level information and to produce an accurate land-use map respectively.

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