Advances in Microclimate Ecology Arising from Remote Sensing

This paper reviews the use of remote sensing in detecting microclimates in forests. We look into how we could combine remotely sensed data along with data from weather stations to map microclimates in forests in great detail, highlighting some opportunities they provide for ecology, conservation and climate change research.

Zellweger, F.; De Frenne, P.; Lenoir, J.; Rocchini D.; Coomes D.A.

Trends in Ecology & Evolution



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