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Worth knowing-Sven Adler

Worth knowing-Sven Adler

Worth knowing - Cost-effective sampling of uncommon landscape features ulla.ahlgren@slu.se This summer, the program for National Inventory of Landscape Sweden (NILS), has been testing a new

Worth knowing-Sven Adler

Worth knowing-Sven Adler

Worth knowing - Cost-effective sampling of uncommon landscape features ulla.ahlgren@slu.se This summer, the program for National Inventory of Landscape Sweden (NILS), has been testing a new

National forest estimates

An important part of remote sensing is to continuously develop methods for producing national raster databases with estimated variables. An important part of the remote sensing activities is to

Radar

Radar

Radar using satellites as a platform can be used for mapping forests across large areas. The technology is similar to lidar (laser scanning) using electromagnetic waves but is less affected by e.g.

Masters Theses

Masters Theses

Within the Remote Sensing area it's possible to work with digital data from sensors such as distancemeasuring lasers, electro-optical sensors (including digital cameras) and radar. Sensor platforms

Landscape visualization

Landscape visualization

Visualization is a tool used to illustrate the future landscape given different scenarios and also to show historical events and changes in landscape. Building a visualized landscape requires a

Laser scanning

Laser scanning

Laser scanning measures positions on objects using light pulses. Measurement coordinates are used to calculate forest area statistics and estimate different forest parameters. In airborne laser

Digital photogrammetry

Digital photogrammetry

Digital photogrammetry is the creation of three dimensional (3D) point cloud data by applying image matching to overlapping digital images. The meaning of photogrammetry is to "measure with light",

Optical satellite images

Optical satellite images

Satellites with optical sensors generate images of the Earth over relatively large areas and are useful in the production of vegetation maps or to estimate specific vegetation parameters. The sensors

Visiting researcher

Visiting researcher

These are former visiting researchers at our subject area. We look forward to meeting you. Langning Huo, Doctoral Student, 2018-2019 Mozhgan Zahribanhesari , Doctoral Student, 2018 Paul Treitz ,

Work with us

Work with us

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Projects

Projects

Can spruce bark beetle infestation in forests be detected in time series with radar measurements? The project objective is to investigate whether it is possible to detect spruce bark beetles

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