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Characterization of forest edge structure from airborne laser scanning data
Bruggisser, M., Wang, Z., Ginzler, C., Webster, C., & Waser, L. T. (2024). Characterization of forest edge structure from airborne laser scanning data. Ecological Indicators, 159, 111624 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2024.111624
The effects of habitat heterogeneity, as measured by satellite image texture, on tropical forest bird distributions
Suttidate, N., Pidgeon, A. M., Hobi, M. L., Round, P. D., Dubinin, M., & Radeloff, V. C. (2023). The effects of habitat heterogeneity, as measured by satellite image texture, on tropical forest bird distributions. Biological Conservation, 281, 110002 (12 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2023.110002
LiDAR metrics predict suitable forest foraging areas of endangered Mouse-eared bats (<em>Myotis myotis</em>)
Rauchenstein, K., Ecker, K., Bader, E., Ginzler, C., Düggelin, C., Bontadina, F., & Obrist, M. K. (2022). LiDAR metrics predict suitable forest foraging areas of endangered Mouse-eared bats (Myotis myotis). Forest Ecology and Management, 515, 120210 (10 pp.). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2022.120210
Contribution of multi-source remote sensing data to predictive mapping of plant-indicator gradients within Swiss mire habitats
Ecker, K., Waser, L. T., & Küchler, M. (2010). Contribution of multi-source remote sensing data to predictive mapping of plant-indicator gradients within Swiss mire habitats. Botanica Helvetica, 120(1), 29-42. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00035-010-0070-4
Herb layer species as indicators of biodiversity of managed and unmanaged beech forests
Schmidt, W. (2005). Herb layer species as indicators of biodiversity of managed and unmanaged beech forests. Forest Snow and Landscape Research, 79(1-2), 111-125.