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Multidate, multisensor remote sensing reveals high density of carbon-rich mountain peatlands in the páramo of EcuadorAuthor(s): John A. Hribljan; Esteban Suarez; Laura Bourgeau-Chavez; Sarah Endres; Erik A. Lilleskov; Segundo Chimbolema; Craig Wayson; Eleanor Serocki; Rodney A. Chimner
Source: Global Change Biology
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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CitationHribljan, John A.; Suarez, Esteban; Bourgeau-Chavez, Laura; Endres, Sarah; Lilleskov, Erik A.; Chimbolema, Segundo; Wayson, Craig; Serocki, Eleanor; Chimner, Rodney A. 2017. Multidate, multisensor remote sensing reveals high density of carbon-rich mountain peatlands in the páramo of Ecuador. Global Change Biology. 14 p. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13807.
Keywordscarbon, mountain, multidate SAR, paramo, peatland, tropics
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