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A Comparison of the Signal from Diverse Optical Sensors for Monitoring Alpine Grassland Dynamics
Grasslands cover up to 40% of the mountain areas globally and 23% of the European Alps and affect numerous key ecological processes. An increasing number of optical sensors offer a great opportunity to monitor and address ...
Monitoring daily evapotranspiration in the Alps exploiting Sentinel-2 and meteorological data
The lack of satellite data with high spatial resolution (< 100 m) and temporal frequency (< daily) has long limited the modelling of spatially explicit evapotranspiration (ET) for supporting the management of ...
Relationship between Spatiotemporal Variations of Climate, Snow Cover and Plant Phenology over the Alps: An Earth Observation-Based Analysis
Alpine ecosystems are particularly sensitive to climate change, and therefore it is of significant interest to understand the relationships between phenology and its seasonal drivers in mountain areas. However, no alpine-wide ...