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A combined method using expert knowledge and remote sensing for habitat interpretation and mapping: a national level effort to map temperate forest habitats in France

Sandra Luque

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To protect our environment, ensure sustainable use of its natural resources and maintain an acceptable level of biodiversity several national and international legal mechanisms have been set up (EEA 2007). Protection requires monitoring to see how effective these nature conservation programmes and Directives are. Following the same logical thinking, monitoring which we all agree it is essential, requires habitat mapping and a good set of biodiversity indicators.
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hal-02594289 , version 1 (15-05-2020)

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J. Renaud, V. Breton, Sandra Luque. A combined method using expert knowledge and remote sensing for habitat interpretation and mapping: a national level effort to map temperate forest habitats in France. IUFRO 2010 Landscape Ecology Working Group Internatonal Conference : Forest Landscapes and Global Change ‐ New Frontiers in Management, Conservation and Restoration, Sep 2010, Bragança, Portugal. pp.1. ⟨hal-02594289⟩

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