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Linking animal movement and remote sensing – mapping resource suitability from a remote sensing perspective
Optical remote sensing is an important tool in the study of animal behaviorproviding ecologists with the means to understand species–environment interactions in combination with animal movement data. However, differences ...
Satellite remote sensing of ecosystem functions: opportunities, challenges and way forward
Societal, economic and scientific interests in knowing where biodiversity is, how it is faring and what can be done to efficiently mitigate further biodiversity loss and the associated loss of ecosystem services are at an ...
Remote sensing based comprehensive monitoring of land cover change in protected areas
Land cover changes - due to climate or land use change - are a common challenge for the management of protected areas. Over the last decades, large parts of the European Alps have experienced forest expansion and shrub ...
Assessing hypertemporal Sentinel-1 coherence maps for land cover monitoring
This paper presents the main concepts and the initial analysis of the ESA SEOM project SInCohMap “EXPLOITATION OF SENTINEL-1 INTERFEROMETRIC COHERENCE FOR LAND COVER AND VEGETATION MAPPING”. The project evaluates the ...