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Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Geomatics

 Publications


clip from fig 1 from the article: Steps and components of implementing a typical PES scheme...
Fig.: Katja Janson

"Uncertainties in demonstrating environmental benefits of payments for ecosystem services"
Ecosystem Services
September 2017
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crop of figure 1 from the article: Study Landscapes
Fig.: Katja Janson

"Natural disturbances are spatially diverse but temporally synchronized across temperate forest
landscapes in Europe"
Global Change Biology
September 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

LSSC Colloquium: Dr. Cornelius Senf

Mon, Nov 27, 2017
1:15 - 2:45 pm
Room 2'108 Uckermark

Dr. Cornelius Senf, postdoctoral researcher at the Geomatics Lab will present his research on "Reconstructiong European forest disturbance dynamics using Landsat time series"

More on his talk here...


Mapping Germany’s agricultural landscape - ESA PA story about recent work from the lab on Sentinel2 and Landsat integration for national scale crop mapping.

Aug 29th, 2017
 

The result contains modified Copernicus Sentinel and Landsat data (2015–16), processed and analysed by Patrick Griffiths (ESA Living Planet Research Fellow).

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Launch of a video involving two researchers from the Geomatics Lab on experiences from Q-Team work

May 2nd, 2017
 

Philippe Rufin and Marcel Schwieder from the Geomatics Lab supervised a Q-Tutorium on "Quantifiying and understanding landchange in social-ecological systems: Impacts of dam construction" in WS 15/16.

Gain an insight on the work of Q-Team leaders by watching the video (German) on the website of the BOLOGNA.LAB

What are Q-Teams?


KOSMOS Workshop - Remote Sensing of Ecosystem Functioning

30th -31st March, 2017
 

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

All talks were recorded and can be watched here

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