The new intensity - dominant scale approach to quantify spatial heterogeneity of NDVI leads to an understanding elephant persistence in some agricultural landscapes

A. Murwira, A.K. Skidmore

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAARSE 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th AARSE conference : Geoinformation sciences in support of Africa's development , Nairobi, October 18–21, 2004. 20 p.
Place of PublicationNairobi, Kenya
PublisherEE publishers
Number of pages20
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Keywords

  • ADLIB-ART-1202
  • NRS

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Murwira, A., & Skidmore, A. K. (2004). The new intensity - dominant scale approach to quantify spatial heterogeneity of NDVI leads to an understanding elephant persistence in some agricultural landscapes. In AARSE 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th AARSE conference : Geoinformation sciences in support of Africa's development , Nairobi, October 18–21, 2004. 20 p. Nairobi, Kenya: EE publishers.
Murwira, A. ; Skidmore, A.K. / The new intensity - dominant scale approach to quantify spatial heterogeneity of NDVI leads to an understanding elephant persistence in some agricultural landscapes. AARSE 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th AARSE conference : Geoinformation sciences in support of Africa's development , Nairobi, October 18–21, 2004. 20 p.. Nairobi, Kenya : EE publishers, 2004.
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The new intensity - dominant scale approach to quantify spatial heterogeneity of NDVI leads to an understanding elephant persistence in some agricultural landscapes. / Murwira, A.; Skidmore, A.K.

AARSE 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th AARSE conference : Geoinformation sciences in support of Africa's development , Nairobi, October 18–21, 2004. 20 p.. Nairobi, Kenya : EE publishers, 2004.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionAcademicpeer-review

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Murwira A, Skidmore AK. The new intensity - dominant scale approach to quantify spatial heterogeneity of NDVI leads to an understanding elephant persistence in some agricultural landscapes. In AARSE 2004 : Proceedings of the 5th AARSE conference : Geoinformation sciences in support of Africa's development , Nairobi, October 18–21, 2004. 20 p.. Nairobi, Kenya: EE publishers. 2004