Anna Zielonka will work on a new project: Total organic carbon estimation in Spitsbergen: A case study from Adventdalen funded by the research council of Norway
We are happy to inform that Lidia Baściuk, MSc student of e-spatial management studies, defended the master thesis focuses on GIS&T use in the film industry. Congratulations!!!
ForestSAT 2018 conference (Maryland, USA, 01-05/10/2018) Ewa Grabska, Katarzyna Ostapowicz and Anna Zielonka took part in the ForestSAT 2018 conference in Maryland (01-05/10/2018) where they presented results of Landsat, Sentinel and LiDAR data use in forest change detection, forest species mapping and biomass estimation. More information here
Katarzyna Ostapowicz presented two posters at the 3rd joint EARSeL LULC & NASA LCLUC Workshop; Land-Use/Cover Change Drivers, Impacts and Sustainability within the Water-Energy-Food Nexus. She presented results on land cover and forest mapping with use of seasonal composites of Sentinel-2 data. More information: 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 “Study project in GIS”.
23 young researchers attended the CON@SK.PL international workshop to learn about data, tools and models for analysing ecological connectivity. More information here
Members of our team: Ewa Grabska and Anna Zielonka were visiting the Geomatics Lab at the Humboldt Univesity in Berlin. It was very productive time for them – they consulted their thesis and papers with the members of the Lab and learned new skills. Furthermore, Ewa and Ania presented the […]
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.