Assessing the role of EO in biodiversity monitoring: options for integrating in-situ observations with EO within the context of the EBONE concept

F Gerard, L Blank, RGH Bunce, Y Carmel, G Caudullo, Nicola Clerici, M Deshayes, L Erikstad, C Estreguil, E Framstad

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Abstract

The European Biodiversity Observation Network (EBONE) is a European contribution on terrestrial monitoring to GEO BON, the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network. EBONE’s aims are to develop a system of biodiversity observation at regional, national and European levels by assessing existing approaches in terms of their validity and applicability starting in Europe, then expanding to regions in Africa
Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalEBONE- WP5: Assessing the role of EO in biodiversity monitoring
StatePublished - Apr 24 2012

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