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

Course participants with the WASCAL officials Dr. L. Sedogo and Dr. M. Ouattara.

Last week we were at Lomé (Togo). In the one week course on “Vulnerability and Risk Assessment using Remote Sensing and GIS”, together with our leading partner from UNU and partners from Red Cross, Togo ten students from the WASCAL (West African Science Service Center for Climate Change and Adapted Land Use) masters research program… Read More

A workshop took place in Naypyidaw, Myanmar from 17-21 June, 2013 in order to develop the potential of geospatial technologies such as remote sensing to monitor and analyse changes of Myanmars natural resources.   Geospatial Analysis Training and Strategic Planning Workshop in Myanmar Jointly organized by Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry, Myanmar The Smithsonian… Read More