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This study presents the results of object-based classifications assessing the potential of bitemporal Pléiades images for mapping broadleaf and coniferous tree species potentially used by the ring-necked parakeet Psittacula krameri for nesting in the urban area of Marseille, France. The first classification was performed based solely on a summer Pléiades image (acquired on 28 July 2015) and the second classification based on bi-temporal Pléiades images (a spring image acquired on 24 March 2016doi:10.3390/rs9090916 fatcat:blanifmlcjdajfvakzzucdebsq