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How pixel size affects a sediment connectivity index in central Belgium : Pixel size and weighting factor in a sediment connectivity index

Bibliographic reference Cantreul, Vincent ; Bielders, Charles ; Calsamiglia, Aleix ; Degré, Aurore. How pixel size affects a sediment connectivity index in central Belgium : Pixel size and weighting factor in a sediment connectivity index. In: Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, p. 1-22 (2017)
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