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The recently established Hainan Tropical Rainforest National Park has designated the Hainan gibbon (Nomascus hainanus) as its flagship species, providing new hope for recovery of the last surviving population of the world's rarest primate. However, current monitoring methods are labour‐intensive...
Remote sensing applications have a long history in treeline research. Recent reviews have examined the topic mainly from a methodological point of view. Here, we propose a question‐oriented review of remote sensing in treeline ecology to relate remote sensing methodologies to key ecological...
Various types of radar systems are increasingly being used to monitor aerial biodiversity. Each of these types has different detection capabilities and sensitivities to environmental conditions, which affect the quantity and quality of the measured objects of interest. Radar wind profilers have...
The combination of very high resolution (VHR) satellite remote sensing imagery and deep learning via convolutional neural networks provides opportunities to improve global whale population surveys through increasing efficiency and spatial coverage. Many whale species are recovering from...
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