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2020-2021 Forest changes

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This layer highlights forest changes occurred between 2020 and 2021. These are expected to be caused mostly by bark beetle attacks, but also changes due to other causes such as salvage logging are included (these are also included in the clearing layers). Since for 2021 the available images are fewer than usual, at some specific locations some “ghost” changes occur, and the composites should be used as a reference together with the change maps to correctly interpret these. This layer also includes pixels where change was observed for the previous years, where a further change was detected for 2021.

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Eurac Research - Institute for Earth Observation
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