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Historic land-cover/use change is important for studies on climate change, soil carbon, and biodiversity assessments. Available reconstructions focus on the net area difference between two time steps (net changes) instead of accounting for all area gains and losses (gross changes). This leads to a serious underestimation of land-cover/use dynamics with(More)
This paper continues the work done in [9] and is an attempt to establish a conceptual framework which generalizes the work of Manin [21] on the relation between non-linear second order ODE of type Painlevé VI and integrable systems. The principle behind everything is a strong interaction between K-theory and Picard-Fuchs type differential equations via(More)
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