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Schoelynck, J. and Creëlle, S. and Buis, K. and De Mulder, T. and Emsens, W. and Hein, T. and Meire, P. and Okruszko, T. and Preiner, S. and Roldan Gonzalez, R. and Silinski, A. and Temmerman, S. and Troch, P. and Van Oven, T. and Verschoren, V. and Visser, Fleur and Wang, C. and Wolters, J. and Folkard, A. (2017) What is a Macrophyte Patch? Patch Identification in Aquatic Ecosystems and Guidelines for Consistent Delineation. Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology. ISSN 1642-3593 (In Press)

Verschoren, V. and Schoelynck, J. and Buis, K. and Visser, Fleur and Meire, P. and Temmerman, S. (2017) Mapping the Spatio-temporal Distribution of Key Vegetation Cover Properties in Lowland River Reaches, Using Digital Photography. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 189 (6). Article 294. ISSN 0167-6369 Online: 1573-2959

Visser, Fleur and Buis, K. and Verschoren, V. and Schoelynck, J. (2016) Development of a Knowledge Driven Rule Set for Classification of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV) in a Clear Water Stream: Where Do You Draw the Boundaries...? University of Twente Proceedings. ISSN https://doi.org/10.3990/2.381

Visser, Fleur and Buis, K. and Verschoren, V. and Schoelynck, J. (2016) Mapping of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Rivers From Very High Resolution Image Data, Using Object Based Image Analysis Combined with Expert Knowledge. Hydrobiologia. ISSN Print 0018-8158 Online 1573-5117 (In Press)

Visser, Fleur and Buis, K. and Verschoren, V. and Meire, P. (2015) Depth Estimation of Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Clear Water Streams Using Low-Altitude Optical Remote Sensing. Sensors, 15 (10). pp. 25287-25312. ISSN 1424-8220

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