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OCEANS 2015 - Genova
A robust maintenance of ecosystems demands for highly accurate and frequent monitoring of their status. The extension and remoteness of some environments renders their human-based monitoring extremely difficult. Riverine environments are a notorious example, as their sampling requires to bear into account both streams and riverbanks. The relevance of monitoring riverine environments is magnified by the intricate interactions that occur between river waters and coastal waters. This articledoi:10.1109/oceans-genova.2015.7271737 fatcat:4p3i2lqhp5dpfab6otohnto4lu