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Lehnert, L.; Meyer, H.; Wang, Y.; Miehe, G.; Thies, B.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J. (2015): Retrieval of grassland plant coverage on the Tibetan Plateau based on a multi-scale, multi-sensor and multi-method approach. Remote Sensing of Environment 164, 197-207.
Lehnert, L.; Wesche, K.; Trachte, K.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J. (2016): Climate variability rather than overstocking causes recent large scale cover changes of Tibetan pastures. Scientific Reports 6, 24367.
Hamm, A.; Arndt, A.; Kolbe, C.; Wang, X.; Thies, B.; Boyko, O.; Reggiani, P.; Scherer, D.; Bendix, J. & Schneider, C. (2020): Intercomparison of Gridded Precipitation Datasets over a Sub-Region of the Central Himalaya and the Southwestern Tibetan Plateau. Water 12(3271), 1-23.
Kolbe, C.; Thies, B.; Egli, S.; Lehnert, L.; Schulz, M. & Bendix, J. (2019): Precipitation Retrieval over the Tibetan Plateau from the Geostationary Orbit — Part 1 : Precipitation Area Delineation with Elektro-L2 and Insat-3D. Remote Sensing 11(19), 2302.
Rüthrich, F.; Thies, B.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J. (2015): Lake effects on cloud dynamics on the Tibetan Plateau.. Journal of Climate 28, 9080-9104.
Lehnert, L.; Meyer, H.; Meyer, N.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J. (2014): A hyperspectral indicator system for rangeland degradation on the Tibetan Plateau: A case study towards spaceborne monitoring. Ecological Indicators 39, 54-64.
Meyer, H.; Lehnert, L.; Wang, Y.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J., Measuring pasture degradation on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau using hyperspectral dissimilarities and indices(Proc. SPIE, 2013).
Meyer, H.; Lehnert, L.; Wang, Y.; Reudenbach, C.; Nauss, T. & Bendix, J. (2017): From local spectral measurements to maps of vegetation cover and biomass on the Qinghai-Tibet-Plateau: Do we need hyperspectral information?. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 55, 21-31.
Kolbe, C.; Thies, B.; Turini, N.; Liu, Z. & Bendix, J. (2020): Precipitation Retrieval over the Tibetan Plateau from the Geostationary Orbit—Part 2: Precipitation Rates with Elektro-L2 and Insat-3D. Remote Sensing 12(13), 2114.
Lehnert, L.; Meyer, H.; Meyer, N.; Reudenbach, C. & Bendix, J., Assessing pasture quality and degradation status using hyperspectral imaging: a case study from western Tibet(Proc. SPIE, 2013).
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