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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013European regions as providers of structural riparian corridorsCLERICI NICOLA; VOGT PeterArticles in Journals
2012Exploring the Use of MODIS NDVI-Based Phenology Indicators for Classifying Forest General Habitat CategoriesCLERICI NICOLA; WEISSTEINER Christof; GERARD FranceArticles in Journals
2007Increased Isolation of Two Biosphere Reserves and Surrounding Protected Areas (WAP Ecological Complex, West Africa)CLERICI NICOLA; BODINI Antonio; EVA HUGH; GREGOIRE JEAN-MARIE; DULIEU Dominique; PAOLINI CarloArticles in Journals
2007Increased Isolation of Two Biosphere Reserves and Surrounding Protected Areas (WAP Ecological Complex, West Africa)CLERICI Nicola; BODINI A.; EVA HUGH; GREGOIRE JEAN-MARIE; DULIEU D.; PAOLINI C.Articles in Journals
2006Monitoring and Assessing Fire Impacts and Land-cover Change in Tropical and Subtropical Ecosystems Using Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS TechniquesCLERICI NicolaPhD Theses
2013Pan-European distribution modelling of stream riparian zones based on multi-source Earth Observation dataCLERICI NICOLA; WEISSTEINER Christof; PARACCHINI Maria-Luisa; BOSCHETTI Luigi; BARALDI Andrea; STROBL PeterArticles in Journals
2012Phenology related measures and indicators at varying spatial scales. Investigation of phenology information for forest classification using SPOT VGT and MODIS NDVI data - PART I: EXTRACTION AND ANALSYSIS OF PHENOLOGY INDICATORSCLERICI NICOLA; WEISSTEINER ChristofArticles in books
2011Riparian zones: where green and blue networks meet. Pan-European zonation modelling based on remote sensing and GISCLERICI NICOLA; WEISSTEINER Christof; PARACCHINI Maria-Luisa; STROBL PeterEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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