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New review article available: remote sensing of riparian vegetation

A systematic review on the remote sensing of riparian vegetation and its relevance for riparian managers has just been published in the journal of environmental management !

The article is available on ScienceDirect: Huylenbroeck, L., Laslier, M., Dufour, S., Georges, B., Lejeune, P., & Michez, A. (2020). Using remote sensing to characterize riparian vegetation: A review of available tools and perspectives for managers. Journal of Environmental Management, 267, 110652. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.110652.

Contact : Leo Huylenbroeck <leo.huylenbroeck[at]uliege.be>

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The COST CONVERGES Action aims to establish a baseline in the state of knowledge regarding riparian vegetation and ecosystems. It is a network created to coordinate research efforts, to contribute to knowledge conversion between countries and actors (scientists, managers, policy makers, etc.) and to promote practitioners research interests in the scientific community.