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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013Addressing the complexity in non-linear evolution of vegetation phenological change with time-series of remote sensing imagesIVITS-WASSER Eva; CHERLET Michael; SOMMER Stefan; MEHL WolfgangArticles in Journals
2008Assembly of a Remote Sensed Reference Image Database of Europe at 25m ResolutionSTROBL PETER; REITHMAIER LUCIA; SOILLE PIERRE; MEHL WOLFGANG; BIELSKI CONRADArticles in books
2008Characterization of Pan-Mediterranean Riparian Areas by Remote Sensing Derived Phenological IndicesIVITS-WASSER Eva; CHERLET Michael; SOMMER Stefan; MEHL WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Chemometric Modelling and Remote Sensing of Arable Land Soil Organic Carbon as Mediterranean Land Degradation Indicator - A Case Study in Southern ItalyBOETTCHER Kristin; KEMPER Thomas; MACHWITZ Miriam; MEHL Wolfgang; SOMMER StefanEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Combining satellite derived phenology with climate data for climate change impact assessmentIvits Eva; CHERLET Michael; TOTH Gergely; SOMMER Stefan; MEHL Wolfgang; VOGT Juergen; MICALE FabioArticles in Journals
2009Correspondence of Satellite Measured Phenology to European Farmland Bird Distribution PatternsIVITS-WASSER Eva; CHERLET Michael; BUCHANAN Graeme; MEHL WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Developing a pan-European Data Base of Drainage Newtorks and Catchment Boundaries from a 100 Meter DEMVOGT JUERGEN; SOILLE PIERRE; DE JAGER ALFRED; RIMAVICIUTE ERIKA; HAASTRUP PALLE; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; MEHL WOLFGANG; DUSART JEAN; BODIS KATALIN; FOISNEAU Stephanie, et alContributions to Conferences
2013Ecosystem Functional Units characterized by satellite observed phenology and productivity gradients: a case study for EuropeIVITS-WASSER Eva; CHERLET Michael; MEHL Wolfgang; SOMMER StefanArticles in Journals
2009Estimating the Ecological Status and Change of Riparian Zones in Andalusia Assessed by Multi-Temporal AVHRR DatasetsIVITS-WASSER EVA; CHERLET Michael; MEHL Wolfgang; SOMMER StefanArticles in Journals
2006Evaluation of Potential Erosion Risk after Forest Fires Applying Spectral Mixture Analysis Incorporating Spectroradiometric Field DataO'BRIEN VICTORIA; BOETTCHER KRISTIN; MEHL WOLFGANG; PALUMBO Ilaria; BARBOSA FERREIRA PAULOContributions to Conferences
2009Land Degradation Addressed by Satellite Based Long Term Vegetation Phenological Trends over Africa: Preliminary ResultsIVITS-WASSER Eva; CHERLET Michael; SOMMER Stefan; MEHL WolfgangContributions to Conferences
2008Mediterranean-wide Green Vegetation Abundance for Land Degradation Assessment Derived from AVHRR NDVI and Surface Temperature 1989 to 2005WEISSTEINER Christof; BOETTCHER Kristin; MEHL Wolfgang; SOMMER Stefan; STELLMES MarionEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007A pan-European River and Catchment DatabaseVOGT JUERGEN; SOILLE PIERRE; DE JAGER ALFRED; RIMAVICIUTE ERIKA; MEHL WOLFGANG; FOISNEAU Stéphanie; BODIS KATALIN; DUSART JEAN; PARACCHINI MARIA-LUISA; HAASTRUP PALLE, et alJRC Reference Reports
2009Phenological Trends Derived from Spot VEGETATION Time Series to Indicate European Biodiversity Decline: Case Study of Farmland BirdsIVITS-WASSER Eva; BUCHANAN Graeme, M.; CHERLET Michael; MEHL WolfgangContributions to Conferences
2008Spatial Assessment of the Status of Riparian Zones and Related Effectiveness of Agri-Environmental Schemes in Andalusia, SpainIVITS-WASSER EVA; CHERLET MICHAEL; MEHL WOLFGANG; SOMMER STEFANEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Use of Remote Sensing for Mapping and Evaluation of Mining Waste Anomalies at National to Multi-Country Scale. A Case Study to Integrate Remote Sensing Information with Thematic Data Layers and National Inventories on Mining Features in Pre-Accession ...VIJDEA A. m.; SOMMER Stefan rolf; MEHL WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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