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Cover change classification and deforestation hotspots in Southern Mexico.

By Raúl Abel Vaca (144236), Duncan John Golicher (144237), Luis Cayuela (144238), Jenny Hewson (144239) and Marc Steininger (144240)


<p>Hotspots were identified where more than 10% of the total municipal land area was losing forest cover during the entire study period (see <a href="" target="_blank">Figure 3</a>). A) Lacandon forest hotspot; B) Northern Chimalapas hotspot; and C) Benito Juárez-Isla Mujeres hotspot.</p

Topics: Information and Computing Sciences, classification, deforestation, hotspots
Year: 2012
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0042309.g002
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