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Handbook of Ecotoxicology
The state of the ecosystems can be inferred in two ways, known as bioinference. One way (ground-based) is the use of some organisms to determine the environmental conditions within an ecosystem. The other is the use of multiband airborne or satellite imagery to identify the vegetation cover status, and also to track the biological diversity in marine ecosystems such as coral reef status, resources variation, and pollution. The standard example for the first state is the plankton as theydoi:10.1002/9781444313512.ch20 fatcat:fybhxgzzffahhelnlz2sily5ru