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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Network analysis to assess landscape connectivity trends: Application to European forests (1990¿2000)SAURA Santiago; ESTREGUIL Christine; MOUTON Coralie; RODRIGUEZ-FREIRE MonicaArticles in Journals
2007Neutral Model Analysis of Landscape Patterns from Mathematical MorphologyRIITTERS Kurt; VOGT PETER; SOILLE PIERRE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINEArticles in Journals
2008Patterns of Functional ConnectivityRODRIGUEZ FREIRE Monica; ESTREGUIL Christine; VOGT PeterContributions to Conferences
2008Scale Independent Pattern AnalysisVOGT Peter; OSTAPOWICZ Katarzyna; ESTREGUIL ChristineContributions to Conferences
2012Sustaining forest landscape connectivity under different land cover change scenariosRUBIO L; RODRIGUEZ-FREIRE Monica; MATEO-SANCHEZ M.c.; ESTREGUIL Christine; SAURA SantiagoArticles in Journals
2010Use of National Forest Inventories to Downscale European Forest Diversity Spatial Information in Five Test Areas, Covering Different Geo-Physical and Geo-Botanical ConditionsPULETTI N.; EGBERTH M; ESTREGUIL Christine; GINZLER C; GRANKE O; MARCHETTI Marco; RUSS R; STEINMEIER CEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Vegetation Dynamics in Alpine Areas. A Proposal for a Classification and Validation Scheme.MAGGI Marta; ESTREGUIL Christine; SOILLE PierreArticles in Journals
2007Woody Vegetation Increase on Alpine Areas: a Proposal for a Classification and Validation SchemeMAGGI Marta; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; SOILLE PIERREArticles in Journals
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