Supporting data for the publication: Exploring the contributions of vegetation and dune size to early dune development using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-imaging

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Marinka van Puijenbroek; Nolet, Corjan; de Groot, A.V. (Alma); J.M. (Juha) Suomalainen; Riksen, M.J.P.M. (Michel) et. al. (2017): Supporting data for the publication: Exploring the contributions of vegetation and dune size to early dune development using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-imaging. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/uuid:81d426a2-30db-4328-bf04-40618bf31e4c
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2015-11-01/2016-08-25
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Data published in paper: Marinka E.B. van Puijenbroek, Corjan Nolet, Alma V. de Groot, Juha M. Suomalainen, Michel J.P.M. Riksen, Frank Berendse and Juul Limpens (2017) Exploring the contributions of vegetation and dune size to early dune development using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-imaging. Included is the final dataset which is used for the statistical test and data on the accuracy of UAV imaging.
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  • 2017-11-10 first online, published, posted
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Wageningen University and Research
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Wageningen University and Research, Department of Environmental Sciences, Plant Ecology and Nature Conservation Group

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