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(The University of Edinburgh, 1924-07-17)I. ECCLESIASTICAL POLICY. 2. SECULAR POLICY. 3. ST. SALVATOR'S: UNIVERSITY AFFAIRS. 4. GENERAL TRADE, JUSTICE, ECONOMICS. CONCLUSION. 5. APPENDICES.
The effect of seasonality and classification method on the accuracy of maps of grazing resources and indicators of land degradation in a savanna ecosystem (The University of Edinburgh, 2019-08-07)Mapping grazing resources and indicators of land degradation is important for assessing ecosystem condition and informing grazing and land management decisions. In this study the effect of classifier (Support Vector Machine ...
Change Analysis for multilevel object-based land classification of agro-forestry landscapes in Kenya and effect of welfare (The University of Edinburgh, 2019-11-23)The human population is continuing to grow, and our ability to measure quality of life and population impact on land is constantly changing. It is therefore important to understand how people and homes affect the local ...
(The University of Edinburgh, 2019-11-26)Identifying glacial lakes in a given area is a common preliminary step in glacial lake research, especially in relation to glacial lake outburst flooding and how it can be monitored, mitigated, and measured for hazard risk. ...
Mapping landcover within the 100 Wild Islands Conservation Area, Nova Scotia using a hybrid image classification approach: A comparison of Sentinel-2 and WorldView-2 satellite imagery (The University of Edinburgh, 2019-11-26)The increasing availability and diversity of remotely sensed imagery, particularly high-resolution imagery has seen a rapid evolution in the use of this technology for generating detailed land cover mapping for protected ...