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    Author(s): Matieu Henry; Maxime Réjou-Méchain; Miguel Cifuentes Jara; Craig Wayson; Daniel Piotto; James Westfall; José María Michel Fuentes; Federico Alice Guier; Héctor Castañeda Lombis; Edwin Castellanos López; Ruby Cuenca Lara; Kelvin Cueva Rojas; Jhon Del Águila Pasquel; Álvaro Duque Montoya; Javier Fernández Vega; Abner Jiménez Galo; Omar R. López; Lars Gunnar Marklund; Fabián Milla; José de Jesús Návar Cahidez; Edgar Ortiz Malavassi; Johnny Pérez; Carla Ramírez Zea; Luis Rangel García; Rafael Rubilar Pons; Carlos Sanquetta; Charles Scott; Mauricio Zapata-Cuartas; Laurent Saint-André
    Date: 2015
    Source: Annals of Forest Science
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Northern Research Station
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    The main goal of national forest programs is to lead and steer forest policy development and implementation processes in an inter-sectoral way (FAO 2006). National forest monitoring systems contribute to forest programs through monitoring forest changes and forest services over time (FAO 2013). To do so, they generally collect and analyze forest-related data and provide knowledge and recommendations at regular intervals. The collection of forest-related data and their analyses have continually evolved with technological and computational advances (Kleinn 2002).

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    Henry, Matieu; Réjou-Méchain, Maxime; Jara, Miguel Cifuentes; Wayson, Craig; Piotto, Daniel; Westfall, James; Fuentes, José María Michel; Guier, Federico Alice; Lombis, Héctor Castañeda; López, Edwin Castellanos; Lara, Ruby Cuenca; Rojas, Kelvin Cueva; Del Águila Pasquel, Jhon; Montoya, Álvaro Duque; Vega, Javier Fernández; Galo, Abner Jiménez; López, Omar R.; Marklund, Lars Gunnar; Milla, Fabián; de Jesús Návar Cahidez, José; Malavassi, Edgar Ortiz; Pérez, Johnny; Zea, Carla Ramírez; García, Luis Rangel; Pons, Rafael Rubilar; Sanquetta, Carlos; Scott, Charles; Zapata-Cuartas, Mauricio; Saint-André, Laurent. 2015. An overview of existing and promising technologies for national forest monitoring. Annals of Forest Science. 72(6): 779-788. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13595-015-0463-z.

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