Human and remote sensing data to investigate the frontiers of urbanization in the south of Mexico City

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Rodriguez Lopez, Juan Miguel; Heider, Katharina; Scheffran, Jürgen;
(2017)

The data presented here were originally collected for the article “Frontiers of Urbanization: Identifying and Explaining Urbanization Hot Spots in the South of Mexico City Using Human and Remote Sensing” (Rodriguez et al. 2017) [4]. They were divided into three database... View more
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