DDD Conference

Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

Convener: . Garik Gutman, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

The primary uses of remote sensing in ecology are to provide land-cover and land-use information, quantify biophysical variables linked with ecological processes and biodiversity, and characterize biodiversity directly. All of which can be (and are) performed in the temporal dimension. This session aims to present state-of-the-art research on the matter in order to stimulate further discussion on the potential of remote sensing in the dryland ecological framework.

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  • Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

    1. Mr. Matan Cohen

    Deep Learning Strategies for Mapping Complex Vegetation Patterns (CVP) in Mediterranean Environments undergoing Climate Change

    Bar-Ilan University, Israel

  • Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

    2. Prof. Geoffrey Henebry

    Observing Arid and Semi-Arid Grasslands at Multiple Spatio-temporal Scales: What Land Surface Phenologies Can Reveal About Ecosystem Dynamics

    Michigan State University, USA

  • Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

    3. Mr. Mahmud Muminov

    Monitoring of Rangeland Health using RS and GIS Technologies in Uzbekistan

    Samarkand Sate University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan

     

  • Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

    4. Dr. Amir Lewin

    Assessing Global Dryland System Designations: Land-Uses, Conservation Status and Congruency of Global Arid Landscapes

    Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

  • Remote Sensing Applications for Drylands Ecology

    5. Dr. Angela Lausch

    Ecosystem Integrity – Sensor /EO-Service (ESIS) for Monitoring Bio- and Geodiversity, Vegetation Health and Land-Use Intensity by Spectral Traits, Remote Sensing

    Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany

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