New Technologies in monitoring and management of calamities and dynamic changes; “domestic experiences of a global concern”


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New Technologies in monitoring and management of calamities and dynamic changes; “domestic experiences of a global concern” 

Parviz Tarikhi

January 2008

Power Point Presentation to promote the Iranian Space Agency, Iranian Space Agency, Mahdasht Satellite Receiving Station, Karaj, Iran

 

 

 

 

 

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