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Fig.: Katja Janson

Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Geomatics

 Publications


crop of figure 1 from the article: chart workflow for deriving a raster map of Cerrado tree communities within the sgdm package
Fig.: P. Leitão et.al.

"sgdm: An R Package for Performing Sparse Generalized Dissimilarity Modeling with Tools for gdm"
International Journal of Geo-Information
January 2017
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study area along Berlin's urban gradient: clip from fig 3 from the article
Fig.: Akpona Okujeni et. al.

"Ensemble Learning From Synthetically Mixed Training Data for Quantifiying Urban Land Cover With Support Vector Regression"
IEEE - JSTARS
January  2017
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 Education


Picture - field work with students in the woods
Fig.: Patrick Hostert

The Geomatics Lab serves basic and advanced courses of different formats within the Bachelors's studies of Geography and the M.Sc. Global Change Geography such as in Remote Sensing, Geoinformation and Quantitative Methods, addressing questions related to coupled human-environment systems. The lab focus is on Remote Sensing.

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Events  / News

KOSMOS Workshop - March 30th-31st, 2017

Thur, March 30, 2017
10:30 am - 5:30 pm
Room 0'101, Erwin-Schrödinger-Zentrum (ESZ)

Workshop on "Remote Sensing of Ecosystem Functioning"

The Geomatics Lab is hosting the Workshop, bringing together a group of researchers from GEO BON (Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network) Ecosystem Function Working Group.

We invite all students and researchers interested to attend the public talks on March 30th.

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LSSC Colloquium - Semester break

Mon, April 25, 2017
1:15 - 2:45 pm
Room 2'108 Uckermark

Looking forward to seeing you back at the colloquim of the Geomatics Lab in the SuSe2017. The semester starts April 18th, the colloquium presumably on April 25th. Enjoy the break.
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