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METHODS OF REVEALING CHANGES IN THE VEGETATION COVER ACCORDING TO THE DATA OF MEDIUM RESOLUTION REMOTE PROBING OF THE EARTH
It is shown that multistage classification methods with training do not reveal changes in the vegetation cover in the course of a short time period (1 year). The changes that have taken place for a longer period agree with the forest management data on the whole. The greatest area changes are revealed in the spruce and mixed forests and a decrease in the area of open bogs. However, in most cases these changes have taken place in the ecotone zones.
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