new R package “moveVis” published

Our EAGLE MSc. student Jakob Schwalb-Willmann just published a neat animal movement and remote sensing animation package called "moveVis". It allows to animate movement tracks with corresponding or static remote sensing environmental data. Jakob is currently working...
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article by Jean-Bosco Zoungrana accepted for publication

During his visit at the Department of Remote Sensing in Würzburg Jean-Bosco Benewindé Zoungrana (PhD student in the WASCAL project) prepared his first publication on “Land use/cover response to rainfall variability: a comparing analysis between NDVI...
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PhD position on animal movement and remote sensing (application closed)

The Department of Remote Sensing at the University of Wuerzburg, Germany, seeks to appoint a PhD student with strong interest or background knowledge of remote sensing, spatial modelling and biodiversity. The context for this position is the on going modification and...
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new BSc student: Sophia Wiesböck

Sophia Wiesböck will do her BSc thesis on the importance of fCover and Lidar data to explain home range sizes of red deer in the Nationalpark Bavarian Forest. Sophia will compute fCover on different spatial resolutions using different data sets and make it comparable...
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Next R lab

Our next R hands-on meeting will be at the 1st of April.  Our colleague Alejandra Narvaez-Vallejo will present her R developments  concerning the classification of LULC in West Africa by means of multi-temporal and multi-sensoral Remote Sensing data. The...
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