Report 495 Phase 1
Making Earth Observation Work for UK Biodiversity Conservation - Phase 1
(2014)
Medcalf, K.A., Parker, J.A., Turton, N. & Finch, C.
This report identifies the role that Earth Observation (EO) and geo-informatic approaches can provide in supporting ongoing habitat surveillance and monitoring activities carried out by country agencies in the UK.
 

Introduction

 

The aim of Phase 1 was to review recent activity reporting the potential of Earth Observation techniques for operational biodiversity surveillance of terrestrial and freshwater habitats, summarise the use of such techniques by UK country conservation agencies and identify their potential as a cost effective solution to current surveillance and monitoring needs.
 
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ISSN 0963-8091
 
Please cite as: Medcalf, K.A., Parker, J.A., Turton, N. & Finch, C., (2014), Making Earth Observation Work for UK Biodiversity Conservation - Phase 1, JNCC Report 495 Phase 1, ISSN 0963-8091