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Satellite remote sensing for applied ecologists: opportunities and challenges
1. Habitat loss and degradation, overexploitation, climate change and the spread of invasive species are drastically depleting the Earth's biological diversity, leading to detrimental impacts on… Expand
Environmental science: Agree on biodiversity metrics to track from space
Ecologists and space agencies must forge a global monitoring strategy, say Andrew K. Skidmore, Nathalie Pettorelli and colleagues.
Urbanization in India - Spatiotemporal analysis using remote sensing data
- H. Taubenböck, M. Wegmann, A. Roth, H. Mehl, S. Dech
- Geography, Computer Science
- Comput. Environ. Urban Syst.
- 1 May 2009
Urbanization is arguably the most dramatic form of irreversible land transformation. Though urbanization is a worldwide phenomenon, it is especially prevalent in India, where urban areas have… Expand
Will remote sensing shape the next generation of species distribution models
In this perspective piece, we demonstrate how modern sensors onboard satellites, planes and unmanned aerial vehicles are revolutionizing the way we can detect and monitor both plant and animal species in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems as well as allowing the emergence of novel predictor variables appropriate for species distribution modeling. Expand
The Role of Vegetation in Mitigating Urban Land Surface Temperatures: A Case Study of Munich, Germany during the Warm Season
The Urban Heat Island (UHI) is the phenomenon of altered increased temperatures in urban areas compared to their rural surroundings. UHIs grow and intensify under extreme hot periods, such as during… Expand
Ten ways remote sensing can contribute to conservation.
- R. A. Rose, Dirck Byler, +28 authors C. Wilson
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Conservation biology : the journal of the Society…
- 1 April 2015
In an effort to increase conservation effectiveness through the use of Earth observation technologies, a group of remote sensing scientists affiliated with government and academic institutions and conservation organizations identified 10 questions in conservation for which the potential to be answered would be greatly increased by use of remotely sensed data and analyses of those data. Expand
Quantifying and mapping ecosystem services supplies and demands: a review of remote sensing applications.
- Y. Ayanu, C. Conrad, T. Nauss, M. Wegmann, T. Koellner
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Environmental science & technology
- 30 July 2012
Ecosystems provide services necessary for the livelihoods and well-being of people. Expand
Earth observation satellite sensors for biodiversity monitoring: potentials and bottlenecks
Many biologists, ecologists, and conservationists are interested in the possibilities that remote sensing offers for their daily work and study site analyses as well as for the assessment of… Expand
Risk profiling of schistosomiasis using remote sensing: approaches, challenges and outlook
- Yvonne Walz, M. Wegmann, S. Dech, G. Raso, J. Utzinger
- Biology, Medicine
- Parasites & Vectors
- 17 March 2015
BackgroundSchistosomiasis is a water-based disease that affects an estimated 250 million people, mainly in sub-Saharan Africa. The transmission of schistosomiasis is spatially and temporally… Expand
Modelling Forest α-Diversity and Floristic Composition - On the Added Value of LiDAR plus Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
- B. Leutner, B. Reineking, +4 authors M. Wegmann
- Geology, Computer Science
- Remote. Sens.
- 21 September 2012
The decline of biodiversity is one of the major current global issues. Expand