Spatial accuracy assessment in natural resources and environmental sciences: second international symposium. May 21-23, 1996. Fort Collins, Colorado
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International symposium on spatial accuracy assessment in natural resources and environmental sciences, 2 (USA, Fort Collins, Colorado : 21-23 May 1996)
This international symposium on theory and techniques for assessing the accuracy of spatial data and spatial analyses included more than ninety presentations by representatives from government, academic, and private institutions in over twenty countries throughout the world. To encourage interactions across disciplines, presentations in the general subject areas of spatial statistics, geographic information systems, remote sensing, and multidisciplinary approaches were intermixed throughout the three days of sessions.
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