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The use of remote sensing and GIS as tools for studying biocomplexity
Dahdouh-Guebas, F. (2004). The use of remote sensing and GIS as tools for studying biocomplexity, in: Segers, H. et al. (Ed.) 'Scientific tools for biodiversity conservation: monitoring, modelling and experiments': Proceedings of the 5th meeting of the European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy meeting held under the Belgian EU Presidency, 2-4 December 2001, Brussels. pp. 131-132
In: Segers, H. et al. (Ed.) (2004). 'Scientific tools for biodiversity conservation: monitoring, modelling and experiments': Proceedings of the 5th meeting of the European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy meeting held under the Belgian EU Presidency, 2-4 December 2001, Brussels. European Platform for Biodiversity Research Strategy (EPBRS): Brussels, Belgium. 225 pp., more

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Keywords
    Biodiversity; GIS; Remote sensing; Brackish water

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