Novel Maps for Forest Tree Species in Europe. Köble, R. & Seufert, G. In Proceedings of the 8th European Symposium on the Physico-Chemical Behaviour of Air Pollutants: "A Changing Atmosphere!".
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[Introduction] A main input parameter for upscaling/modelling of e.g. carbon balance or biogenic emissions on a European scale is detailed information about the vegetation coverage on a species level. Especially looking at forests, there is only little information. Currently available, mostly remote sensing based, digital land cover maps separate generally three main forest types: broadleaved, coniferous and mixed. For all applications where the subject of interest is related to the properties of individual tree species or tree species groups, this information is insufficient. Facing this lack of data, novel European forest tree species maps were compiled by combining three existing Pan-European data sets.
@inproceedings{kobleNovelMapsForest2001,
  title = {Novel Maps for Forest Tree Species in {{Europe}}},
  booktitle = {Proceedings of the 8th {{European Symposium}} on the {{Physico}}-{{Chemical Behaviour}} of {{Air Pollutants}}: "{{A Changing Atmosphere}}!"},
  author = {Köble, Renate and Seufert, Günther},
  date = {2001-09},
  url = {https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=156711049150165515},
  abstract = {[Introduction] A main input parameter for upscaling/modelling of e.g. carbon balance or biogenic emissions on a European scale is detailed information about the vegetation coverage on a species level. Especially looking at forests, there is only little information. Currently available, mostly remote sensing based, digital land cover maps separate generally three main forest types: broadleaved, coniferous and mixed. For all applications where the subject of interest is related to the properties of individual tree species or tree species groups, this information is insufficient. Facing this lack of data, novel European forest tree species maps were compiled by combining three existing Pan-European data sets.},
  keywords = {*imported-from-citeulike-INRMM,~INRMM-MiD:c-13112610,data-fusion,europe,forest-resources,integration-techniques,species-distribution},
  venue = {Torino, Italy}
}
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