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Articles on remote sensing in ecology published in BioScience

nterferometric synthetic aperture radar, which the authors believe has potential to provide global three-dimensional assessments of forest structure. This technique could produce data that might be fused with data from other systems. Lastly, David P. Turner of Oregon State University and others illustrate how data from a variety of remote sensing systems are now being incorporated into ecosystem process models.

An introductory editorial by Warren B. Cohen, who was coordinating editor of the Special Section, surveys the articles. Cohen notes that increasing numbers of biophysical data products are being created through the use of remote sensing techniques.

Journalists may obtain advance copies of the articles in the Special Section and Cohen's editorial by contacting Donna Royston, AIBS communications representative.


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Contact: Donna Royston
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American Institute of Biological Sciences
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