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ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS

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1470-160X

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1872-7034

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2015 35 A
2014 35 A
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2012 35 A
2011 35 A
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2008 27 A

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Year 2016
  • Application of multisensoral remote sensing data in the mapping of alkaline fens Natura 2000 habitat
    Publication
    • D. Kopeć
    • D. Michalska-Hejduk
    • S. Łukasz
    • T. E. Berezowski
    • M. Borowski
    • S. Rosadziſski
    • J. Chormaſski

    - ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS - Year 2016

    The Biebrza River valley (NE Poland) is distinguished by largely intact, highly natural vegetation patterns and very good conservation status of wetland ecosystems. In 2013⿿2014, studies were conducted in the upper Biebrza River basin to develop a remote sensing method for alkaline fen classification ⿿ a protected Natura 2000 habitat (code 7230) ⿿ using remote sensing technologies. High resolution airborne true colour (RGB) and...

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