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Title: The JERS-1 Amazon Multi-Season Mapping Study (JAMMS): Science Objectives and Implications for Future Missions
Authors: Freeman, A.
Chapman, B.
Siqueira, P.
Issue Date: 12-Jun-2000
Citation: International Journal of Remote Sensisng
Abstract: This paper is a summary of the JAMMS project, which has resulted in a scientific data set of very high value -- a multi-season snapshot of one of the most difficult areas on Earth to monitor.
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