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In a project founded by the Norwegian Environment Agency we have exemplified how remote sensing can be used in the management of non-native species. Continue reading
Invasive species can be considered a threat to biodiversity, and remote sensing has been proposed as a tool for detection and monitoring of invasive species. Continue reading
Rapid changes are expected in the mountain forest and the forest-alpine transition zone due to global warming. Since steep temperature-productivity gradients characterize these marginal areas, two fundamental effects are expected: (1) an expansion of the forest by colonization of non-forested areas and migration of the alpine tree line; (2) increased growth of existing trees which will have a significant impact on carbon sequestration and future carbon pools. Continue reading
The seminar, hosted at the Norwegian Research Council, Lysaker, gathered about 25 participants. The seminar marked the conclusion of a large research project funded by the Research Council’s NORKLIMA program. Continue reading
Tanzania project title: Enhancing the measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) of forest in Tanzania through the application of advanced remote sensing techniques Continue reading
In this video, PhD student Stefano Puliti visually present his work with the use of UAV for collection of forestry inventory data. Continue reading
The ultimate goal of this project is to unveil a vibrant forest-based sector in Norway, with special emphasis on areas challenged with low accessibility, remote and inconsistent markets, steep and difficult terrain, Continue reading