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Geospatial knowledge-based verification and improvement of GlobeLand30

(Science China Press) Assuring the quality of land-cover data product is one of the major challenges for large-area mapping projects. This problem was solved using a geospatial knowledge-based verification approach during the development of GlobeLand30, the first 30-m resolution global land cover data product in the world.
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