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"What Can We Learn from Nighttime Lights for Small Geographies?" zur Publikation in Remote Sensing angenommen

"What Can We Learn from Nighttime Lights for Small Geographies?" accepted for publication in Remote Sensing

Richard Bluhm (LUH und UC San Diego) und Gordon McCord re-examine the relationship between nighttime lights and economic activity.

For evaluating policies, satellite-derived nightly light emissions have become more important. The authors find that the nighttime luminosity does not react to changes in economic activity in certain regions, especially in rich areas and in agricultural areas.

The full study can be found here: mdpi-res.com/d_attachment/remotesensing/remotesensing-14-01190/article_deploy/remotesensing-14-01190.pdf