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    • Framing the concept of satellite remote sensing essential biodiversity variables: challenges and future directions 

      Pettorelli N; Wegmann M; Skidmore A; Mücher S; DawsonTP; Fernandez M; Lucas R; Schaepman ME; Wang T; O’Connor B; Jongman RHG; Kempeneers P; Sonnenschein R; Leidner AK; Böhm M; He KS; Nagendra H; Dubois G; Fatoyinbo T; Hansen MC; Paganini M; de Klerk HN; Asner GP; Kerr JT; Estes AB; Schmeller DS; Heiden U; Rocchini D; Pereira HM; Turak E; Fernandez N; Lausch A; Cho MA; Alcaraz-Segura D; McGeoch MA; Turner W; Mueller A; St-Louis V; Penner J; Vihervaara P; Belward A; Reyers B; Geller GN (2016)
      Although satellite-based variables have for long been expected to be key components to a unified and global biodiversity monitoring strategy, a definitive and agreed list of these variables still remains elusive. The ...
    • Satellite remote sensing of ecosystem functions: opportunities, challenges and way forward 

      Pettorelli N; Schulte to Buhne H; Tulloch A; Dubois G; Macinnis-Ng C; Queiros AM; Keith DA; Wegmann M; Schrodt F; Stellmes M; Sonnenschein R; Geller GN; Roy S; Somers B; Murray N; Bland L; Geijzendorffer I; Kerr JT; Broszeit S; Leitao PJ; Duncan C; El Serafy G; He KS; Blanchard JL; Lucas R; Mairota P; Webb TJ; Nicholson E (2017)
      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 ...