"Quantifying Spatiotemporal Change in Landuse and Land Cover and Accessing Water Quality: A Case Study of Missouri Watershed James Sub-Region, North Dakota"
written by Papia F. Rozario, Peter Oduor, Larry Kotchman, Michael Kangas,
published by Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol.8 No.6, 2016
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