Anudari Batsaikhan studied in Germany and Austria during her Master’s degree program and completed her degree in Cartography in 2015. At the Dept. of Remote Sensing, she works on her PhD project with the title of “Climatic impacts on phenology of grassland along a transect through altitudinal zones using remote sensing” in corporation with DLR (Dr. Doris Klein) and EURAC (Dr. Sarah Asam), supported by MICMoR where she is a fellow. With her PhD project, she aims to provide better understanding of grassland phenology in relation to its driving factors in the Alps and model grassland phenology through remote sensing.
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Department of Remote Sensing at the Institute of Geography and Geology, University of Würzburg.
October 25, 2014
new publication: Measuring rural settlement expansion in Uzbekistan using remote sensing to support spatial planning
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