Ewa Grabska took part in the IUFRO 125th Anniversary Congress 2017 in Freiburg, Germany. She presented her studies on using forest inventory data as a reference data in species classifcation with the use of Sentinel-2A imagery. You can find a book of abstracts here.
Our master students from GIS specialization along with the students from the Humboldt University (Institute of Geography) took part in the field work in the Silesian Beskids within the course “Collaborative project in GIS I”.
Katarzyna Staszyńska took part in 6th Meeting of the Carpathian Convention Working Group on Sustainable Forest Management and Workshop on balancing bioenergy production and sustainable forest management in Mountains Areas in Sopron, Hungary, where she presented RS4FOR project.
This weekend the field season has started. We went to the Beskid Żywiecki and the first five plots (“L”) are done now! It was very sprightly and productive day.
We are happy to inform that our team member Ewa Grabska published recently a paper Assessment of a potential use of satellite optical and radar data for the identification of agriculture land types in Prace Geograficzne!
Małgorzata Wojtaszek Verone from Óbuda University (Hungary) was visiting our lab for one week. She gave a lecture and practical classes about OBIA for our MSc students from geography and spatial management. Tomáš Pour, PhD Student from Palacky University Olomouc, Faculty of Science, Department of Geoinformatics (Czech Republic) is visiting […]
We are happy to welcome a new member in our team, Katarzyna Staszyńska.
Ewa Grabska, Katarzyna Ostapowicz, Anna Zielonka took part in the WorldCover 2017 Conference in Frascati (14-16 March 2017) , where they presented results of mapping forest aboveground biomass, forest species composition and secondary succession on agriculture lands with use of Sentinel 1 and 2, and Landsat data. See more here.
Our team is taking part in a new project funded by the Visegrad Fund, the CON@SK.PL Transboundary ecological connectivity – modelling landscapes and ecological flows. See more here.
The RS4FOR team is seeking a talented and enthusiastic individual to join its young and dynamically growing research team as a postdoc. Main task of the post-doc will be developing approaches for forest cover change detection with use of remote sensing data (i.e. Sentinal 1 and 2, Landsat or LiDAR […]