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Remote sensing and landscape ecology

5 March 2019 12:00 to 6 March 2019 15:00 | Conference
remote sensing

Loss of biodiversity is largely driven by increased landscape simplification and increased land-use intensity in production landscapes. Although both drivers of biodiversity loss are conceptually well-known, there is a general lack of tools to describe land-use intensity at spatial scales relevant to determinants of biodiversity, in particular regarding mobile organisms utilising multiple habitats across landscapes.

About the event


Kerstins rum, AF-borgen, Lund


johan [dot] ekroos [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se