Earth Observation TechnologiesCitation formats

  • External authors:
  • Silvia Rodriguez-Donaire
  • Miquel Sureda
  • Daniel Garcia-Almiñana
  • Eloi Sierra
  • Jose S. Perez
  • Jonathan Becedas
  • Georg H. Herdrich
  • Dhiren Kataria
  • Ronald Outlaw
  • Leonardo Ghizoni
  • Rachel Villain
  • Alexis Conte
  • Badia Belkouchi
  • Vitor Toshiyuki Abrao Oiko
  • Rachel Lyons
  • Stephen Worrall
  • Sabrina Livadiotti
  • Claire Huyton
  • Luciana Sinpetru
  • Rosa M. Dominguez
  • David Gonzalez
  • Francesco Romano
  • Yung-An Chan
  • Adam Boxberger
  • Stefanos Fasoulas
  • Constantin Traub
  • Victor Jungnell
  • Kristian Bay
  • Jonas Morsbøl
  • Ameli Schwalber
  • Barbara Heißerer

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Earth Observation Technologies : Low-End-Market Disruptive Innovation. / Rodriguez-Donaire, Silvia; Sureda, Miquel; Garcia-Almiñana, Daniel; Sierra, Eloi; Perez, Jose S.; Roberts, Peter; Becedas, Jonathan; Herdrich, Georg H.; Kataria, Dhiren; Outlaw, Ronald; Ghizoni, Leonardo ; Villain, Rachel; Conte, Alexis ; Belkouchi, Badia; Smith, Katharine; Edmondson, Steve; Haigh, Sarah; Crisp, Nicholas; Abrao Oiko, Vitor Toshiyuki; Lyons, Rachel; Worrall, Stephen; Livadiotti, Sabrina; Huyton, Claire; Sinpetru, Luciana; Dominguez, Rosa M. ; Gonzalez, David; Romano, Francesco; Chan, Yung-An; Boxberger, Adam; Fasoulas, Stefanos; Traub, Constantin; Jungnell, Victor; Bay, Kristian ; Morsbøl, Jonas ; Schwalber, Ameli; Heißerer, Barbara.

Satellites Missions and Technologies for Geosciences. ed. / Vladislav Demyanov; Jonathan Becedas. IntechOpen, 2020.

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Harvard

Rodriguez-Donaire, S, Sureda, M, Garcia-Almiñana, D, Sierra, E, Perez, JS, Roberts, P, Becedas, J, Herdrich, GH, Kataria, D, Outlaw, R, Ghizoni, L, Villain, R, Conte, A, Belkouchi, B, Smith, K, Edmondson, S, Haigh, S, Crisp, N, Abrao Oiko, VT, Lyons, R, Worrall, S, Livadiotti, S, Huyton, C, Sinpetru, L, Dominguez, RM, Gonzalez, D, Romano, F, Chan, Y-A, Boxberger, A, Fasoulas, S, Traub, C, Jungnell, V, Bay, K, Morsbøl, J, Schwalber, A & Heißerer, B 2020, Earth Observation Technologies: Low-End-Market Disruptive Innovation. in V Demyanov & J Becedas (eds), Satellites Missions and Technologies for Geosciences. IntechOpen. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.90923

APA

Rodriguez-Donaire, S., Sureda, M., Garcia-Almiñana, D., Sierra, E., Perez, J. S., Roberts, P., Becedas, J., Herdrich, G. H., Kataria, D., Outlaw, R., Ghizoni, L., Villain, R., Conte, A., Belkouchi, B., Smith, K., Edmondson, S., Haigh, S., Crisp, N., Abrao Oiko, V. T., ... Heißerer, B. (2020). Earth Observation Technologies: Low-End-Market Disruptive Innovation. In V. Demyanov, & J. Becedas (Eds.), Satellites Missions and Technologies for Geosciences IntechOpen. https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.90923

Vancouver

Rodriguez-Donaire S, Sureda M, Garcia-Almiñana D, Sierra E, Perez JS, Roberts P et al. Earth Observation Technologies: Low-End-Market Disruptive Innovation. In Demyanov V, Becedas J, editors, Satellites Missions and Technologies for Geosciences. IntechOpen. 2020 https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.90923

Author

Rodriguez-Donaire, Silvia ; Sureda, Miquel ; Garcia-Almiñana, Daniel ; Sierra, Eloi ; Perez, Jose S. ; Roberts, Peter ; Becedas, Jonathan ; Herdrich, Georg H. ; Kataria, Dhiren ; Outlaw, Ronald ; Ghizoni, Leonardo ; Villain, Rachel ; Conte, Alexis ; Belkouchi, Badia ; Smith, Katharine ; Edmondson, Steve ; Haigh, Sarah ; Crisp, Nicholas ; Abrao Oiko, Vitor Toshiyuki ; Lyons, Rachel ; Worrall, Stephen ; Livadiotti, Sabrina ; Huyton, Claire ; Sinpetru, Luciana ; Dominguez, Rosa M. ; Gonzalez, David ; Romano, Francesco ; Chan, Yung-An ; Boxberger, Adam ; Fasoulas, Stefanos ; Traub, Constantin ; Jungnell, Victor ; Bay, Kristian ; Morsbøl, Jonas ; Schwalber, Ameli ; Heißerer, Barbara. / Earth Observation Technologies : Low-End-Market Disruptive Innovation. Satellites Missions and Technologies for Geosciences. editor / Vladislav Demyanov ; Jonathan Becedas. IntechOpen, 2020.

Bibtex

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RIS

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AU - Rodriguez-Donaire, Silvia

AU - Sureda, Miquel

AU - Garcia-Almiñana, Daniel

AU - Sierra, Eloi

AU - Perez, Jose S.

AU - Roberts, Peter

AU - Becedas, Jonathan

AU - Herdrich, Georg H.

AU - Kataria, Dhiren

AU - Outlaw, Ronald

AU - Ghizoni, Leonardo

AU - Villain, Rachel

AU - Conte, Alexis

AU - Belkouchi, Badia

AU - Smith, Katharine

AU - Edmondson, Steve

AU - Haigh, Sarah

AU - Crisp, Nicholas

AU - Abrao Oiko, Vitor Toshiyuki

AU - Lyons, Rachel

AU - Worrall, Stephen

AU - Livadiotti, Sabrina

AU - Huyton, Claire

AU - Sinpetru, Luciana

AU - Dominguez, Rosa M.

AU - Gonzalez, David

AU - Romano, Francesco

AU - Chan, Yung-An

AU - Boxberger, Adam

AU - Fasoulas, Stefanos

AU - Traub, Constantin

AU - Jungnell, Victor

AU - Bay, Kristian

AU - Morsbøl, Jonas

AU - Schwalber, Ameli

AU - Heißerer, Barbara

PY - 2020/1/20

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