The Earth Observation Data for Habitat Monitoring (EODHaM) system

@article{Lucas2015TheEO,
  title={The Earth Observation Data for Habitat Monitoring (EODHaM) system},
  author={Richard M. Lucas and Palma Blonda and Peter Bunting and Gwawr Jones and Jordi Inglada and Marcela Arias and Vasiliki Kosmidou and Zisis I. Petrou and Ioannis Manakos and Maria Adamo and Rebecca Charnock and Cristina Tarantino and Caspar A. M{\"u}cher and Rob H. G. Jongman and Henk Kramer and Damien Arvor and Jo{\~a}o P. Honrado and Paola Mairota},
  journal={Int. J. Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation},
  year={2015},
  volume={37},
  pages={17-28}
}
To support decisions relating to the use and conservation of protected areas and surrounds, the EU-funded BIOdiversity multi-SOurce monitoring System: from Space TO Species (BIO SOS) project has developed the Earth Observation Data for HAbitat Monitoring (EODHaM) system for consistent mapping and monitoring of biodiversity. The EODHaM approach has adopted the Food and Agriculture Organization Land Cover Classification System (LCCS) taxonomy and translates mapped classes to General Habitat… CONTINUE READING
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