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Space monitoring of Aral Sea degradation
Authors: Kravtsova, V. I.;Tarasenko, T. V. Year: 2010
Journal: Water Resources/Vodnye Resursy
Publisher: Springer-Verlag  
Volume: 37
Issue/Number: 3
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OD: Object Subject Terms: Altimetry; Blooms; Bodies; Causes; Cells; Characteristics; Coastal zone; Complexes; Containing; Contraction; Crusts; Decline; Deltas; Deserts; Drop; Dust; Dynamics; Edges; Estimation; Fall; Growth Rates; Land; Landscapes; Loam; Long-term changes; Marshes; Materials; Measurements and sensing; Modis; Moments; Negative; PHASES; Period; Plains; Plumes; Poseidon Satellite; Positive; Precipitation; Processes; Processing; Radio; Regions; Representations; Salinization; Salt; Salts; Sand; Satellite altimetry; Satellites; Scientific personnel; Sea level; Sea level changes; Sea surface; Seashores; Seasonal Variations; Seasons; Settling; Shorelines; Silt; Small; Space; State; Storms; Summer; Surge; Topex; Vegetation; Water; Water Surface; Water bodies; Wetting; Width; Wilting; Winds; Zones; seabed; spring; Object Taxonomic Terms: Phragmites; Object Geographic Terms: Eurasia, Aral Sea; Kenya, Western; Object Statistical Terms: Mean; correlation
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Moscow State University, Leninskie Gory, GSP-1, Moscow, 119991, Russia

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