Potential applications of remotely sensed vegetation greenness to habitat analysis and the conservation of dispersive fauna
Remotely sensed (satellite) time-series estimates of GPP (gross primary productivity) provide potentially useful information about vegetation-based habitat resources. These data are now available for the entire continent at a range of scales commensurate
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