Small-format aerial photography offers great potential for analyzing vegetation patterns such as those examples presented here. Documenting and monitoring plant communities with heterogeneous distribution, for example the typically banded patterns of the low open shrubland of African tiger bush (Brousse tigree), requires the use of corresponding image scales and resolutions that are most adequately provided by low-altitude photographs. Changes of land use and climate and their impact on erosion processes may be the greatest challenge that dryland research has to face in the next two decades. Improving the understanding of the relationships between vegetation and erosion on different scale levels continues to be an important task for which SFAP is able to make remarkable contributions.

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