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Assessing Loss of Biodiversity in Europe Through Remote Sensing: The Necessity of New Methodologies

By Susana Martinez Sanchez, Pablo Ramil Rego, Boris Hinojo Sanchez and Emilio Chuvieco Salinero

Submitted: December 9th 2010Reviewed: August 2nd 2011Published: November 16th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/24654

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Susana Martinez Sanchez, Pablo Ramil Rego, Boris Hinojo Sanchez and Emilio Chuvieco Salinero (November 16th 2011). Assessing Loss of Biodiversity in Europe Through Remote Sensing: The Necessity of New Methodologies, Biodiversity Loss in a Changing Planet, Oscar Grillo and Gianfranco Venora, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/24654. Available from:

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