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Looking for Ticks from Space: Using Remotely Sensed Spectral Diversity to Assess Amblyomma and Hyalomma Tick Abundance

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Bibliographic reference Da Re, Daniele ; De Clercq, Eva M. ; Tordoni, Enrico ; Madder, Maxime ; Rousseau, Raphaël ; et. al. Looking for Ticks from Space: Using Remotely Sensed Spectral Diversity to Assess Amblyomma and Hyalomma Tick Abundance. In: Remote Sensing, Vol. 11, no.7, p. 770 (2019)
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