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Lin, Mi; Biswas, Asim; Bennett, Elena M. 2020. Socio-ecological determinants on spatio-temporal changes of groundwater in the Yellow River Basin, China. [Science of The Total Environment] . 731: 138725 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138725
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
grand-v1
(Journal Article)
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Li, Shicheng; Zhang, Heng; Zhou, Xuewu; Yu, Haibin; Li, Wangjun. 2020. Enhancing protected areas for biodiversity and ecosystem services in the Qinghai–Tibet Plateau. [Ecosystem Services] . 43: 101090 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101090
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
groads
(Journal Article)
export
Purnamasari, Ririn; Wirapati, Bagus Arya; Alatas, Hamidah; Nasiir, Mercoledi. 2020. Estimating Small Area Poverty and Welfare Indicators in Timor-Leste Using Satellite Imagery Data. World Bank. Issue: AUS0001842: 47 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1596/34614
Related URL(s): http://hdl.handle.net/10986/34614
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
groads
(Report)
export
Kennedy, Christina M.; Oakleaf, James R.; Theobald, David M.; Baruch-Mordo, Sharon; Kiesecker, Joseph. 2019. Managing the middle: A shift in conservation priorities based on the global human modification gradient. [Global Change Biology] . 25(3): 811-826 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14549
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
groads
(Journal Article)
export
Marlier, Miriam E.; Liu, Tianjia; Yu, Karen; Buonocore, Jonathan J.; Koplitz, Shannon N.; DeFries, Ruth S.; Mickley, Loretta J.; Jacob, Daniel J.; Schwartz, Joel; Wardhana, Budi S.; Myers, Samuel S. 2019. Fires, smoke exposure, and public health: An integrative framework to maximize health benefits from peatland restoration. [GeoHealth] . 3(7): 178-189 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1029/2019GH000191
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
gpw-v4
groads
(Journal Article)
export
Walsh, Michael G.; Webb, Cameron. 2018. Hydrological features and the ecological niches of mammalian hosts delineate elevated risk for Ross River virus epidemics in anthropogenic landscapes in Australia. [Parasites & Vectors] . 11(1): 192 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1186/s13071-018-2776-x
Uses Remote Sensing: yes
SEDAC Data Collection(s):
(Journal Article)
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