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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1997Are there Detectable Discrete Boundaries between African Biomes ?MALINGREAU Jean-paul; EHRLICH Daniele; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
1996Broad Scale Land-Cover Classification and Interannual Climatic VariabilityEHRLICH Daniele; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
1998Burnt Area Mapping in Central Africa Using ATSR Data.EVA Hugh douglas; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
1997Combining Vegetation Indices and Surface Temperature for Land-Cover Mapping at Broad Spatial ScalesLAMBIN Eric f.; EHRLICH DanieleArticles in Journals
1995Estimation of Tropical Forest Area from Coarse Spatial Resolution Data. A Two-Step Correction Function for Proportional Errors Due to Spatial Aggregation.MAYAUX Philippe; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
2001Fires and Land-Cover Change in the Tropics. A Remote Sensing Analysis at the Landscape Scale.EVA Hugh douglas; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
1998Remote Sensing of Biomass Burning in Tropical Regions: Sampling Issues and Multi-Sensor Approach.EVA Hugh douglas; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
2005A Synthesis of Rapid Land-Cover Change Information for the 1981-2000 Period.LEPERS E.; LAMBIN Eric f.; JANETOS A. c.; DEFRIES Ruth; ACHARD Frederic; RAMANKUTTY N.; SCHOLES RobertArticles in Journals
1997Tropical Forest Area Measurement from Global Land-Cover Classifications: Inverse Calibration Models Based on Spatial TexturesMAYAUX Philippe; LAMBIN Eric f.Articles in Journals
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