We are happy to inform that Anna Zielonka published her paper Can we distinguish meteorological conditions associated with rockfall activity using dendrochronological analysis? – An example from the Tatra Mountains (Southern Poland) in Science of The Total Environment. You can read this publication here.
We are happy to inform that Ewa Grabska and Katarzyna Ostapowicz published their paper Forest Stand Species Mapping Using the Sentinel-2 Time Series in Remote Sensing. You can read this publication here.
We plan to open a call for two positions for doctoral researchers in the Institute of Geography and Spatial Management at the Faculty of Geography and Geology at the Jagiellonian University within the scope of remote sensing and spatial modelling within National Science Centre project (OPUS 15 scheme): Trajectories, causes […]
Katarzyna Staszyńska gave a presentation at the conference “Forests at risk: Białowieża and beyond” held in Warsaw and Białowieża (12-15/02/2019). The talk concerned the utility of remote sensing data in the particular, old-growth forests attributes identification. The conference has been organised by the Society for Conservation Biology-European Section and University […]
RECTOR of the Jagiellonian University announces the competition for the post of POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCHER in the Institute of Geography and Spatial Management at the Faculty of Geography and Geology within the scope of geographic information science and technology (remote sensing and spatial modelling) within National Science Centre project (OPUS 15 […]
On 11th of December 2018, Katarzyna Ostapowicz participated in the Remote Sensing Section of the Space and Satellite Research Committee seminar where she introduced part of the RS4FOR project results related to forest change detection in mountainous areas with the use of long, dense time series of Landsat data. More […]
Anna Zielonka received new project: The potential of soil organic carbon composition under different tundra types: A case study from Ny-Ålesund funded by the research council of Norway.
Katarzyna Ostapowicz and Katarzyna Staszyńska will work on a new project focus on the use of UAV data in secondary succession mapping, e.g. on abandon agriculture lands. The test areas are located in the Polish Carpathians, one of the main aims of the project is to link scientific results with […]
We are happy to inform that Katarzyna Staszyńska got a new project which is focused on modelling of future forest cover change on post-agriculture lands. The project is funded by National Science Centre Poland, within MINIATURA 2 framework. Collaboration with the North Carolina State University is planned in this project. […]
The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange within the Bekker programme has awarded Katarzyna Ostapowicz with a scholarship for a scientific visit at the University of California, Berkeley. More here