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Change detection of Bunaken Island coral reefs using 15 years of very high resolution satellite images: A kaleidoscope of habitat trajectories

Eghbert Elvan Ampou, Sylvain Ouillon, Corina Iovan, Serge Andréfouët
2018 Marine Pollution Bulletin  
A B S T R A C T In Bunaken Island (Indonesia), a time-series of very high resolution (2-4 m) satellite imagery was used to draw the long-term dynamics of shallow reef flat habitats from 2001 to 2015.  ...  While trajectories of reef habitats is a way to measure resilience and coral recovery, here, the 15-year time-series was too short to be able to conclude on the resilience of Bunaken reefs.  ...  Acknowledgements This study was possible with the support of the INfrastructure DEvelopment of Space Oceanography (INDESO) project in Indonesia, and its Coral Reef Monitoring Application.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.10.067 pmid:29096976 fatcat:glbdrl6ebfgbhkltangdtorrca

STATUS OF CORAL REEFS OF THE WORLD: 2004 VOLUME 1 EDITED BY CLIVE WILKINSON

Gerald Allen
1996 unpublished
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors wish to thank PERSGA for providing data and information of the status of coral Reefs of the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Region and assisting in preparing this chapter.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The node and authors would like to thank: the ministry in charge of environment and the National Coral Reef Network and its members in the Comoros, Madagascar, Mauritius, Reunion and the  ...  The group will try to improve methods for detecting changes in reef condition indirectly using remote sensing to assist managers quantify the rate of change in coral reef habitats over large spatial scales  ... 
fatcat:vdx6tlyokjeqleo7ojvejrn374

Assessing and mapping of carbon in biomass and soil of mangrove forest and competing land uses in the Philippines

Jose Castillo, Armando Apan, Maraseni Tek
2017
Overall, Sentinel-1 SAR and Sentinel-2 multispectral imagery can provide satisfactory results in the retrieval and predictive mapping of aboveground biomass in mangrove area.  ...  Overall, C losses in soil owing to land use conversion in mangrove ranged from 398 to 809 MgC ha -1 (mean: 486.8 MgC ha -1 ) or a decline of 57% in soil C stock, on average.  ...  However, the combination of multi-temporal VH and VV polarisations correlated better with biomass than single-date SAR imagery.  ... 
doi:10.26192/5c09b419f0cc2 fatcat:ni3ainbenzdorfcue3qai7uozm