Javier Litago

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Temporal stability, defined as the change of accuracy through time, is one of the validation aspects required by the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites’ Land Product Validation Subgroup. Temporal stability was evaluated for three burned area products: MCD64, Globcarbon, and fire_cci. Traditional accuracy measures, such as overall accuracy and(More)
Remote sensing (RS) time series are an excellent operative source for information about the land surface across several scales and different levels of landscape heterogeneity. Ustin and Gamon (2010) proposed the new concept of “optical types” (OT), meaning “optically distinguishable functional types”, as a way to better understand remote sensing signals(More)
Agroforestry ecosystems have a significant social, economic and environmental impact on the development of many regions in the world. On the Iberian Peninsula the Mediterranean agroforestry oak forest known as the dehesa or montado (usually formed by species of the genus Quercus) is considered to be the extreme case of transformation of a Mediterranean(More)
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