Remote Sensing and animal movement course: AniMove

Our colleagues Benjamin Leutner and Martin Wegmann (edt. of "Remote Sensing and GIS for Ecologists") introduced the AniMove participants into remote sensing application for animal movement analysis at AniMove 2017. They covered the background as well as hands-on...

new M.Sc. thesis “animal movement prediction using environmental data”

Jakob Schwalb-Willmann just started his M.Sc. thesis titled “A deep learning movement prediction model using environmental data to identify movement anomalies”. He will combine animal movement and remote sensing data in order to develop a generic, data-driven DL-based...

new publication: Improving biodiversity monitoring using satellite remote sensing to provide solutions towards the 2020 conservation targets

Our publication lead by Sandra Luque just got published in MEE on "Improving biodiversity monitoring using satellite remote sensing to provide solutions towards the 2020 conservation targets". From the abstract: "The preservation of biodiversity has become a major...

fieldRS R package is out!

New package published in the scope of the Central Asia Waters (CAWa). fieldRS was designed to support scientists and practitioners in the collection of ground-truth data by helping design field campaigns. It provides tools to identify priority sampling sites, map...

Department Summer Event

Our annual summer event organized by our EAGLE M.Sc. students, the EAGLE summer dialogue, took place last Friday at our Department and we were very happy to see many students, lecturers, staff and colleagues from other institutions discussing and exchanging contact...

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