This layer captures the main areas where forest change occurred between 2019 and 2020. Most of these changes are likely caused by snow breaks that occurred during that winter (and late autumn 2019). Since these damages appear to be sparse and of varying intensity, their mapping can be problematic. Here, a conservative approach was taken, by slightly underestimating the changes.
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