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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2009The 2010 Global Forest Resource Assessment Remote Sensing SurveyGERRAND Adam; LINDQUIST Eriik; WILKIE Mette; SHIMABUKURO Yosio; CUMANI Renato; HANSEN Matthew C.; POTAPOV Peter; ACHARD FredericContributions to Conferences
2010Estimating Tropical Deforestation from Earth Observation DataACHARD Frederic; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen; EVA Hugh; LINDQUIST Eriik; BOUVET ALEXANDRE; ARINO Olivier; MAYAUX PhilippeArticles in Journals
2009The FRA 2010 Remote Sensing Survey - An Outline of Objectives, Data, Methods and ApproachRIDDER Ralph; GERRAND Adam; LINDQUIST Eriik; WILKIE Mette; D'ANNUNZIO Remi; ACHARD Frederic; BEUCHLE Rene'; BODART Catherine; BRINK Andreas; EVA Hugh, et alBooks
2012Global forest land-use change 1990–2005LINDQUIST Eriik; D'ANNUNZIO Remi; GERRAND Adam; MACDICKEN Kenneth; ACHARD Frederic; BEUCHLE Rene'; BRINK Andreas; EVA Hugh; MAYAUX Philippe; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus, et alBooks
2011Pre-processing of a sample of multi-scene and multi-date Landsat imagery used to monitor forest cover changes over the tropicsBODART Catherine; EVA Hugh; BEUCHLE Rene'; SIMONETTI Dario; RASI Rastislav; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen; BRINK Andreas; LINDQUIST Eriik; ACHARD FredericArticles in Journals
2012Use of a Systematic Statistical Sample with Moderate Resolution Imagery to Assess Forest Cover Changes at Tropical to Global ScaleACHARD Frederic; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen; BEUCHLE Rene'; LINDQUIST Eriik; D’ANNUNZIO RemiArticles in books
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