The forest inventory and monitoring research group (SkogRover) at the Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) at Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) develop methods to increase our knowledge of forests and forest related resources.
Victor Felix Strîmbu successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Biomass stock and change estimation in boreal forests using remotely sensed data – results from empirical studies and simulations”, on 15 September 2017.
Mapping natural forest by means of remote sensing
Evaluating possibilities of applying recent development in remote sensing for characterizing forest structure and naturalness is of great interest from a forest monitoring perspective. Thus, the main objective of the research was to develop methods to identify natural forests, with emphasis on old natural forest.
Norwegian Environmental Agency
- Master thesis: Detection of rot in standing trees using airborne hyper spectral data
- (Norsk) Masteroppgave: Analyse av klassifiseringsnøyaktigheten av livsmiljøet “Gamle trær” innenfor MIS-systemet
- Master thesis: Regional differences in recruitment, mortality and growth of pioneer trees in the treeline ecotone
- (Norsk) PreMiNa
- (Norsk) Gjenbruk av prøveflatedata