2014
DOI: 10.5194/isprsarchives-xl-8-1309-2014
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Effective Management of Trans boundary Landscapes – Geospatial Applications

Abstract: KEY WORDS: Transboundary landscape, remote sensing GIS, ecological monitoring, landscape assessment, ecosystem servicesThe Convention on Biological Diversity advocates the use of landscape and ecosystem approaches for managing biodiversity, in recognition of the need for increased regional cooperation. In this context, ICIMOD and regional partners have evolved Transboundary Landscape concept to address the issues of conservation and sustainable use of natural resources and systems (e.g., biodiversity, rangelan… Show more

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“…Unfortunately, the alpine ecosystem of Northwest Yunnan was the solo research subject investigated in the tundra zone [67]. There were only a handful of studies that looked at ecosystems at a transboundary scale [68][69][70][71].…”
Section: Publications At Ecosystem Levelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Unfortunately, the alpine ecosystem of Northwest Yunnan was the solo research subject investigated in the tundra zone [67]. There were only a handful of studies that looked at ecosystems at a transboundary scale [68][69][70][71].…”
Section: Publications At Ecosystem Levelmentioning
confidence: 99%