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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007The Assessment of African Protected AreasHARTLEY ANDREW; NELSON ANDREW; MAYAUX PHILIPPE; GREGOIRE JEAN-MARIEEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Comparative Assessment of CORINE2000 and GLC2000: Spatial Analysis of Land Cover Data for EuropeNEUMANN Kathleen; HEROLD Martin; HARTLEY ANDREW; SCHMULLIUS CArticles in Journals
2009Delivering a Global, Terrestrial, Biodiversity Observation System Through Remote SensingBUCHANAN Graeme, M.; NELSON Andrew; MAYAUX Philippe; HARTLEY Andrew; DONALD Paul, F.Articles in Journals
2009Delivering a Global, Terrestrial, Biodiversity Observation System through Remote SensingBUCHANAN Graeme; NELSON Andrew; MAYAUX Philippe; HARTLEY Andrew; DONALD PaulArticles in Journals
2009Geoinformatics for the Environmental Surveillance of Protected Areas in AfricaNELSON Andrew; HARTLEY Andrew; DUBOIS Gregoire; PUNGA MihkelContributions to Conferences
2007Mapping Severe Damage to Land Cover Following the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami Using Moderate Spatial Resolution Satellite ImageryBELWARD ALAN; STIBIG HANS-JURGEN; EVA HUGH; REMBOLD FELIX; BUCHA Tomas; HARTLEY ANDREW; BEUCHLE RENE'; AL KHUDHAIRY DELILAH; MICHIELON MAURO; MOLLICONE DaniloArticles in Journals
2005Spatial-Temporal Correlation Analyses of Global Burned Surface Time Series from Remote Sensing Data (1982-1999)CARMONA MORENO CESAR; BELWARD ALAN; CAPERAN PHILIPPE; MALINGREAU JEAN-PAUL; HARTLEY ANDREW; BUCHSHTABER Victor; PIVOVAROV Victor; ANTONOVSKIY MikhailContributions to Conferences
2009Towards an Interoperable Web Service for the Monitoring of African Protected AreasDUBOIS Gregoire; HARTLEY Andrew; NELSON Andrew; MAYAUX Philippe; GREGOIRE Jean-MarieContributions to Conferences
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