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Comparison of SRTM and ASTER Derived Digital Elevation Models over Two Regions in Ghana - Implications for Hydrological and Environmental Modeling

By Gerald Forkuor and Ben Maathuis

Submitted: March 3rd 2011Reviewed: October 10th 2011Published: March 21st 2012

DOI: 10.5772/28951

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Gerald Forkuor and Ben Maathuis (March 21st 2012). Comparison of SRTM and ASTER Derived Digital Elevation Models over Two Regions in Ghana - Implications for Hydrological and Environmental Modeling, Studies on Environmental and Applied Geomorphology Tommaso Piacentini and Enrico Miccadei, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/28951. Available from:

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