Karen Lone successfully defended her doctoral thesis, “LIDAR, habitat structure and the ecology of ungulates in a landscape of fear”, on February 13, 2015.
In her PhD project, Karen Lone studies the ecology of forest dwelling ungulates in Norway using LiDAR to map habitat vegetation structure. Continue reading
John Wirkola Dirksen presented a lecture on a predefined topic and defended his doctoral thesis on November 1, 2013. Continue reading
Forest structure is important for analyses of ecological issues such as abundance of certain plant‐, animal‐ and insect species. Forest structure may be characterized to a high detail by airborne laser scanning. This was the background for the seminar held on the 23. June 2011 at the Department of ecology and natural resource management.