Welcome to the Geomatics Lab!
The Geomatics Lab focuses on a better understanding of coupled human-environment systems based on remote sensing data and geoinformation. Specific interest lies on land use / land cover change and related ecosystem services.
Our methodological foundation is based on advanced remote sensing data analyses. Themes of interest include landscape to sub-continental mapping and monitoring, deep time series analysis and imaging spectroscopy. Our research contributes to the Global Land Project, the EnMAP Core Science Team and the Landsat Science Team.
Upcoming events / News
5th Workshop of the EARSel Special Interest Group Land Use & Land Cover
17 -18 March 2014
2nd Open Science Meeting
19-21 March 2014
published 4th Jan 2014
PhD candidate Christian Levers, from the Biodiversity Lab together with collaborators also from the Geomatics Lab, published his first paper with Forest Ecology and Management.
Christian developed, together with several collaborators in VOLANTE, a forest harvesting intensity metric and analyzed the factors that explain the spatial pattern of forest harvesting across Europe.
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