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Linking animal movement and remote sensing : mapping resource suitability from a remote sensing perspective

Linking animal movement and remote sensing : mapping resource suitability from a remote sensing perspective

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REMELGADO, Ruben, Benjamin LEUTNER, Kamran SAFI, Ruth SONNENSCHEIN, Carina KUEBERT, Martin WEGMANN, 2018. Linking animal movement and remote sensing : mapping resource suitability from a remote sensing perspective. In: Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. Wiley-Blackwell. 4(3), pp. 211-224. eISSN 2056-3485. Available under: doi: 10.1002/rse2.70

@article{Remelgado2018-09Linki-52086, title={Linking animal movement and remote sensing : mapping resource suitability from a remote sensing perspective}, year={2018}, doi={10.1002/rse2.70}, number={3}, volume={4}, journal={Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation}, pages={211--224}, author={Remelgado, Ruben and Leutner, Benjamin and Safi, Kamran and Sonnenschein, Ruth and Kuebert, Carina and Wegmann, Martin} }

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