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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Armed conflicts and natural resources - Scientific report on Global Atlas and Information Centre for Conflicts and Natural ResourcesKUCERA Jan; KAUFFMANN MAYEUL; DUTA ANA-MARIA; SOLER Ivette Tarrida; TENERELLI PATRIZIA; TRIANNI GIOVANNA; HALE Catherine; RIZZO Lauren; FERRI StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Can real-time crisis SMS messages help in diagnosing the spatial distribution of structural damage? Analysis of the relationship between the distribution of damage and the location of SMS messages sent during the Haiti crisisCORBAN CHRISTINA; LEMOINE Guido; KAUFFMANN MAYEULContributions to Conferences
2012A Global Human Settlement Layer from optical high resolution imagery - Concept and first resultsPESARESI Martino; BLAES XAVIER; EHRLICH Daniele; FERRI STEFANO; HAAG Fernand; HALKIA Stamatia; HEINZEL JOHANNES; KAUFFMANN MAYEUL; KEMPER Thomas; SOILLE Pierre, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Intercomparison and validation of building damage assessments based on post-Haiti 2010 earthquake imagery using multi-source reference dataLEMOINE Guido; CORBANE Christina; LOUVRIER Christophe; KAUFFMANN MAYEULArticles in Journals
2012Relationship between the spatial distribution of SMS messages reporting needs and building damage in 2010 Haiti disasterCORBAN CHRISTINA; LEMOINE Guido; KAUFFMANN MAYEULArticles in Journals
2011Toward Global Automatic Built-Up Area Recognition Using Optical VHR ImageryPESARESI Martino; EHRLICH Daniele; CARAVAGGI Ivano; KAUFFMANN MAYEUL; LOUVRIER ChristopheArticles in Journals
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