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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Anthropogenic pressure in East Africa – monitoring 20 years of land cover changes by means of medium resolution satellite dataBRINK Andreas; BODART Catherine; BRODSKY Lukas; DEFOURNEY Pierre; ERNST Céline; DONNEY Francois; LUPI ANDREA; TUCKOVA KaterinaArticles in Journals
2013Continental estimates of forest cover and forest cover changes in the dry ecosystems of Africa between 1990 and 2000BODART Catherine; BRINK Andreas; DONNAY FRANÇOIS; LUPI ANDREA; MAYAUX Philippe; ACHARD FredericArticles in Journals
2014Determination of tropical deforestation rates and related carbon losses from 1990 to 2010ACHARD Frederic; BEUCHLE Rene'; MAYAUX Philippe; STIBIG Hans-Jurgen; BODART Catherine; BRINK Andreas; CARBONI Silvia; DESCLÉE BAUDOUIN; DONNAY Francois; EVA Hugh; LUPI ANDREA; RASI Rastislav; SELIGER Roman; SIMONETTI DARIOArticles in Journals
2011The impact of human activities on West Africa's natural vegetation: estimating land cover dynamics by means of a sample based high resolution image surveyBODART Catherine; DONNAY FRANÇOIS; LUPI ANDREA; KISSIYAR Ouns; BRINK AndreasContributions to Conferences
2013State and evolution of the African rainforests between 1990 and 2010MAYAUX Philippe; PEKEL Jean Francois; DESCLÉE BAUDOUIN; DONNAY FRANÇOIS; LUPI ANDREA; ACHARD Frederic; CLERICI Marco; BODART Catherine; NASI Robert; BRINK Andreas; BELWARD AlanArticles in Journals
2013VegetationBRINK Andreas; BODART Catherine; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; CLERICI Marco; DONNAY Francois; ESHIAMWATA George W.; GREGOIRE Jean-Marie; KIRUI Bernard; LUPI ANDREA; PALUMBO ILARIA; PEKEL Jean FrancoisArticles in books
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