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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009Delivering a Global, Terrestrial, Biodiversity Observation System Through Remote SensingBUCHANAN Graeme, M.; NELSON Andrew; MAYAUX Philippe; HARTLEY Andrew; DONALD Paul, F.Articles in Journals
2014Drivers of extinction risk in African mammals: the interplay of distribution state, human pressure, conservation response and species biologyDI MARCO Moreno; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; SZANTOI ZOLTAN; HOLMGREN Milena; GROTTOLO MARASINI Gabriele; GROSS DORIT; TRANQUILLI Sandra; BOITANI Luigi; RONDININI CarloArticles in Journals
2011European farmland bird distribution explained by remotely sensed phenological indices.BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; OLSVIG-WHITTAKER Linda; CHERLET Michael; IVITS-WASSER EvaArticles in Journals
2011Linked indicator sets for addressing biodiversity lossSPARKS Tim; BUTCHART Stuart H. M.; BALMFORD Andrew; BENNUN Leon; STANWELL-SMITH Damon, et alArticles in Journals
2013Open-source mapping and services for Web-based land-cover validation.BASTIN Lucy; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; BERESFORD Alison; PEKEL JEAN-FRANÇOIS; DUBOIS GregoireArticles in Journals
2009Phenological Trends Derived from Spot VEGETATION Time Series to Indicate European Biodiversity Decline: Case Study of Farmland BirdsIVITS-WASSER Eva; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; CHERLET Michael; MEHL WolfgangContributions to Conferences
2013Protection Reduces Loss of Natural Land-cover at Sites of Conservation Importance Across AfricaBERESFORD Alison; ESHIAMWATA George W.; DONALD Paul, F.; BALMFORD Andrew; BERTZKY Bastian, et alArticles in Journals
2013Satellites: make data freely accessibleTURNER Woody; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; RONDININI Carlo; DWYER John; HEROLD Martin, et alArticles in Journals
2013VegetationBRINK Andreas; BODART Catherine; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; CLERICI Marco; DONNAY Francois, et alArticles in books
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