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The course “Sampling for remote sensing, application to costal ecosystems” by Aurelie Davranche, University of Angers, took place this October in Wuerzburg at our Department of Remote Sensing. Monitoring coastal ecosystems for management decision support requires efficient tools but simple to use for managers who can be often not familiar with image analysis. In this… Read More


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The remote sensing course in the Global Change Ecology MSc program started again with the new students. It is again very interesting how spatial data, spectral information and its corresponding techniques are perceived. Highly challenging to teach remote sensing and GIS to our new MSc students but also lots of fun to see how the grasp… Read More


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The course “Remote Sensing and Biodiversity analysis” is currently taking place in the Bavarian Forest Nationalpark with lectures on botany, various remote sensing field methods, analysing LiDAR and hyperspectral remote sensing data and R coding. We already covered the botany and history of the Nationalpark and some first field data collection methods such as GPS… Read More


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From June 29th to July 2rd, experts from Department of Remote Sensing, Würzburg University, met colleagues of the LaVaCCA project from KRASS, SIC-ICWC, and Al´Farabi University, at the office of KRASS in Urgench, Uzbekistan. During this meeting, the second R/GIS course was done in the scope of LaVaCCA´s capacity building program. This course and aimed… Read More


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The Summer School introduced scientific concepts, methods and tools for handling land and water resources in Central Asia. These methods are of great value in a framework of integrated water and land resources management. The first week focused on the spatial aspect of data management, the processing and analysis of geodata using GIS and Remote Sensing.… Read More