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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Assessing Forest Fragmentation and Connectivity: a Case Study in the CarpathiansOSTAPOWICZ KATARZYNA; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; VOGT PETERContributions to Conferences
2006Automatic Assessment of Forest LandscapesVOGT PETER; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek WladyslawContributions to Conferences
2007Forest Cover and Pattern Changes in the Carpathians over the Last DecadesKOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; VOGT PETERArticles in Journals
2005Implementation of the MCPFE Indicator "Forest Spatial Pattern" to Report on European Forest BiodiversityESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; VOGT PETER; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; HANSEN Christian; PUZZOLO VIRGINIAContributions to Conferences
2007Mapping Landscape CorridorsVOGT PETER; RIITTERS Kurt; IWANOWSKI Marcin; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; SOILLE PIERREArticles in Journals
2007Mapping Spatial Patterns with Morphological Image ProcessingVOGT PETER; RIITTERS KURT; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; WADE Timothy; WICKHAM JamesArticles in Journals
2006Modelling Habitat Suitability of European Common Beech (Fagus sylvatica) and Aleppo Pine (Pinus halepensis)VOGT PETER; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINE; KOZAK Jacek WladyslawContributions to Conferences
2007Neutral Model Analysis of Landscape Patterns from Mathematical MorphologyRIITTERS Kurt; VOGT PETER; SOILLE PIERRE; KOZAK Jacek Wladyslaw; ESTREGUIL CHRISTINEArticles in Journals
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