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Keywords: scientific research land cover

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    Forest islets are forest patches small, thin and/or elongated that do not contain any interior habitat (100 m width) and are not physically connected to interior forest...
    The forest proportion beyond a fixed edge width (100m) -Core Forest Proportion index- is used as a generic proxy for interior forest area and reported for the year 2006 per...
    Pan-European Forest Type Map with target year 2006, Data Source: Landsat ETM+ and Corine Land Cover 2006 and MODIS composites. Classes: broadleaf, coniferous and mixed class,...
    Linear forest elements have an elongated and thin forest morphological shape of maximum 200m width. They are structural connectors which potentially function as path for species...
    The landscape forest fragmentation in a given region is characterised from three measures: the forest cover share in ‘core natural’ pattern, in ‘mixed natural’ pattern and in...
    Connectivity (or isolation) is measured with a network-based habitat availability index that quantifies functional connectivity on the basis of the forest area, its spatial...
    Pan-European Forest / Non Forest Map with target year 2000, Data Source: Landsat ETM+ and Corine Land Cover 2000, Classes: forest, non-forest, clouds/snow, no data; Method:...
    Pan-European Forest / Non Forest Map with target year 2006, Data Source: Landsat ETM+ and Corine Land Cover 2006, Classes: forest, non-forest, clouds/snow, no data; Method:...
  • web
    Forest boundaries are the forest edges (periphery 100m width) of patches when patches are wide enough to contain an interior area. They likely contain edge habitat, that are...