Remote Sensing: the biggest tool to study climate change

Jadu Dash is a professor of remote sensing at the faculty of social, human and mathematical sciences within geography and environment at the University of Southampton (UK)

Last Updated: Monday 24 October 2016 | 11:42:36 AM

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