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Buma, Brian; Weiss, Shelby; Hayes, Katherine; Lucash, Melissa. 2020. Wildland fire reburning trends across the US West suggest only short-term negative feedback and differing climatic effects. [Environmental Research Letters] . 15(3): 034026 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab6c70
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
aglands
anthromes
(Journal Article)
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Sterzel, Till; Lüdeke, Matthias K. B.; Walther, Carsten; Kok, Marcel T. J.; Sietz, Diana; Lucas, Paul L. 2020. Typology of coastal urban vulnerability under rapid urbanization. [PLOS ONE] . 15(1): e0220936 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0220936
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v3
gpw-v4
ndh
(Journal Article)
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Suwal, Madan Krishna; Huettmann, Falk. 2020. A rather short story of shared GIS data layers in the Hindu Kush-Himalayas: State of the art, justifications and urgent suggestions for a sustainable global data governance with open access and open source coming to the rescue. [Hindu Kush-Himalaya Watersheds Downhill: Landscape Ecology and Conservation Perspectives] Ed(s): Regmi, Ganga Ram; Huettmann, Falk. pp: 521-563 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36275-1_26
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
groads
ndh
(Book Section)
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Kugler, Tracy A.; Grace, Kathryn; Wrathall, David J.; de Sherbinin, Alex; Van Riper, David; Aubrecht, Christoph; Comer, Douglas; Adamo, Susana B.; Cervone, Guido; Engstrom, Ryan; Hultquist, Carolynne; Gaughan, Andrea E.; Linard, Catherine; Moran, Emilio; Stevens, Forrest; Tatem, Andrew J.; Tellman, Beth; Van Den Hoek, Jamon. 2019. People and Pixels 20 years later: the current data landscape and research trends blending population and environmental data. [Population and Environment] . 41: 209-234 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11111-019-00326-5
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
anthromes
gpw-v4
sdei
(Journal Article)
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Allison, Mead A.; Nittrouer, Charles A.; Ogston, Andrea S.; Mullarney, Julia C.; Nguyen, Thanh T. 2017. Sedimentation and survival of the Mekong Delta: A case study of decreased sediment supply and accelerating rates of relative sea level rise. [Oceanography] . 30(3): 98-109 DOI: https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2017.318
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
anthromes
gpw-v4
lulc
(Journal Article)
export
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