Benjamin Allen successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Detection of Root, Butt, and Stem Rot in Picea Abies with Remotely sensed Data”, on 14 March 2023.
The topic for the trial lecture was “Challenges in area-wide biodiversity inventories in Scandinavian boreal forests”. We congratulate!
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Ana Claudia Ferreira Aza successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Risk and uncertainties incorporated in the management of root and butt rot infected forest areas”, on 16 December 2022. Continue reading
Eirik Næsset Ramtvedt successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Fine-spatial radiation measurements for heterogeneous boreal–alpine and sub-alpine vegetation”, on 17 June 2022. Continue reading
Ida Marielle Mienna defended her PhD-thesis “The role of biotic and abiotic factors on treeline ecotone dynamics: studies using field observations and remote sensing” on June 3, 2022.
Ana María de Lera Garrido defended her PhD-thesis, “Application of external prediction models in forest management inventories based on airborne laser scanning”, on May 6, 2022.
Zerihun Asrat Kutie successfully defended his doctoral thesis, “Modelling and estimating tree and forest resources of the Dry Afromontane forests in South-central Ethiopia using field and remotely sensed data”, on 30 October 2020. Continue reading
Lennart Noordermeer defended his PhD-thesis, “Large-area forest productivity estimation using bitemporal data from airborne laser scanning and digital aerial photogrammetry”, on May 27, 2020.
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.