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Forests, Volume 10, Issue 2 (February 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Natural forests that have not been disturbed for many decades are called old-growth forest (OGF.) [...] Read more. Natural forests that have not been disturbed for many decades are called old-growth forest (OGF.) These forests are important as stores of carbon and biodiversity, but are rare and threatened, particularly in Europe where very little remains. We demonstrate that publically available satellite images combined with Random Forest image classification can be used to identify OGF in the Ukrainian Carpathians. The identification and protection of OGF is a priority for environmental organisations, and we hope our research can encourage the use of remote sensing in this important work. View this paper.