RESCOMAN


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A REMOTE SENSING SYSTEM FOR MAPPING SUBMERGED VEGETATION FOR COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT

Funded by LIFE , project No. 95 / DK / 110 / MLTRG

The aim of RESCOMAN was to develop a robust, operational and cost-efficient remote sensing system for mapping submerged vegetation as a means of assessing the environmental quality of coastal waters. 

The main issue of Rescoman has been to elaborate the methods to be used in operational mapping of submerged vegetation based on especially airborne camera and scanners. 

An important issue has also been to evaluate the parameters governing the distribution of submerged vegetation in order to suggest suitable supporting parameters for the classification of remotely sensed images.

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