Nadine Laporte

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The characterization and the mapping of land cover/land use of forest areas, such as the Central African rainforest, is a very complex task. This complexity is mainly due to the extent of such areas and, as a consequence, to the lack of full and continuous cloud-free coverage of those large regions by one single remote sensing instrument. In order to(More)
  • Susan Minnemeyer, Tyson Walker, Jean-Gaël Collomb, Linda Cotton, Dirk Bryant, Karen Holmes +22 others
  • 2002
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Central Africa's tropical forests are among the world's largest carbon reserves. Historically, they have experienced low rates of deforestation. Pressures to clear land are increasing due to development of infrastructure and livelihoods, foreign investment in agriculture, and shifting land use management, particularly in the Democratic Republic of Congo(More)
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