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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011JRC activities in forest monitoring related to REDD+ACHARD Frederic; MAYAUX Philippe; BOUVET ALEXANDRE; BRINK Andreas; DESCLÉE BAUDOUINArticles in books
2009Land CoverBELWARD Alan; BARTHOLOME Etienne; ACHARD Frederic; BRINK AndreasArticles in Journals
2003Land Use Change Monitoring in the Framework of the UNFCCC and Its Kyoto Protocol. Report on Current Capabilities of Satellite Remote Sensing TechnologyMOLLICONE Danilo; ACHARD Frederic; EVA Hugh douglas; BELWARD Alan steven; FEDERICI S.; LUMICISI Antonio; RIZZO Valeria; STIBIG H.-j.; VALENTINI RiccardoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003Making Deforestation Pay under the Kyoto Protocol?SCHULZE Ernst-detlef; MOLLICONE Danilo; ACHARD Frederic; MATTEUCCI Giorgio; FEDERICI S.; EVA Hugh douglas; VALENTINI RiccardoArticles in Journals
2011Manuel d'utilisation de l'outil du CCR pour la validation des changements du couvert végétal / de l'utilisation des terresSIMONETTI Dario, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Mapping and Monitoring of Forest Cover at Regional and Global ScalesSTIBIG HANS-JURGEN, et alContributions to Conferences
2003Mapping of the Tropical Forest Cover of Insular Southeast Asia from SPOT4-Vegetation Images.STIBIG H.-j., et alArticles in Journals
2010Monitoring Forest Areas from Continental to Territorial Levels Using a Sample of Medium Spatial Resolution Satellite ImageryEVA Hugh, et alArticles in Journals
2009Monitoring Forest Cover at Global Scale: The JRC ApproachACHARD Frederic, et alContributions to Conferences
2005Monitoring Tropical Deforestation for Emerging Carbon MarketsDEFRIES Ruth, et alArticles in books
2008The Most Detailed Portrait of EarthARINO Olivier, et alArticles in Journals
2013Multi-Sensor Monitoring System for Forest Cover Change Assessment in Central AfricaDESCLÉE BAUDOUIN, et alArticles in Journals
1997A New Approach for Tropical Forest Area Monitoring Using Multiple Spatial Resolution Satellite Sensor Imagery.JEANJEAN Henry, et alArticles in Journals
2002New Estimates of Tropical Deforestation and Terrestrial Carbon Fluxes. Results of Two Complementary Studies.ACHARD Frederic, et alArticles in Journals
2004A New Forest Cover Map of Continental Southeast Asia Derived from SPOT-VEGETATION Satellite ImagerySTIBIG H.-j.; ACHARD Frederic; FRITZ S.Articles in Journals
2007Object-oriented and Textural Image Classification of the Siberia GBFM Radar Mosaic Combined with MERIS Imagery for Continental Scale Land Cover MappingDURIEUX Laurent; KROPACEK Jan; DE GRANDI GIANFRANCO; ACHARD FREDERICArticles in Journals
2009Overview of the Existing Forest Area Changes Monitoring SystemsACHARD Frederic; DEFRIES Ruth; PANDEY Devendra; SOUZA CarlosArticles in books
2007Pan-tropical Monitoring of DeforestationDEFRIES Ruth; EVA HUGH; HANSEN Matthew C.; MAYAUX PHILIPPE; STIBIG HANS-JURGEN; ACHARD FREDERICArticles in Journals
2011Pre-processing of a sample of multi-scene and multi-date Landsat imagery used to monitor forest cover changes over the tropicsBODART Catherine; EVA Hugh; BEUCHLE Rene'; SIMONETTI Dario; RASI Rastislav; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen; BRINK Andreas; LINDQUIST Eriik; ACHARD FredericArticles in Journals
1999Production of Tropical Forest Distribution Maps Using Remote Sensing Data at a Global Scale.ACHARD Frederic; MAYAUX Philippe; JANVIER PascaleContributions to Conferences
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