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. Continue reading
Kaja Kandare successfully defended her doctoral thesis, “Fusion of airborne laser scanning and hyperspectral data for predicting forest characteristics at different spatial scales”, on 25 August 2017. Continue reading
Stefano Puliti successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Use of photogrammetric 3D data for forest inventory”, on 31 March 2017.
Daud Jones Kachamba successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Biomass estimation models and methods for miombo woodlands of Malawi using field and remotely sensed data”, on 15 December 2016.
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
The project is a part of the Capacity Building for Managing Climate Change “CABMACC-LUANAR” project in Malawi. The project is led by Associate Professor Weston Mwanse and Dr. Steve Makungwa of Forestry Department at LUANAR. The work at NMBU is led by Prof. Tron Eid. Continue reading