Research

These are posters our group has presented at the AGU 2021 and reflect our ongoing work.

 

Trees outside forests in global drylands

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Mapping continental Africa tree cover at individual tree level with Planet nanosatellites

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The carbon sink potential of Southern China after two decades of afforestation

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A large but transient carbon sink from urbanization and rural depopulation in China

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Country-scale mapping of individual forest and non-forest trees and shrubs in Africa - the example of Rwanda

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Using deep learning to map Baobab trees from high resolution satellite imagery in Senegal at country scale

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A global increase in tree cover extends the growing season length as observed by satellite records

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Monitoring forest management and tree growth at field level in southern China

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Deep learning enables country-wide individual tree canopy segmentation, counting and height estimation

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Mapping the abundance of Faidherbia albida trees in Senegal with Sentinel-2 time series

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Temporal changes and dynamics of dryland ecosystem variables and their relation to aridity

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