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Building Bridges between Earth Observation and Environmental Sciences

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  • CZU researchers in Bologna

    CZU researchers in Bologna

    A group of three researchers from CZU, namely Vítězslav Moudrý, Kateřina Gdulová, and Jiří Prošek, visited the University of Bologna in April 2024. The main aim was to collaborate with Professors Duccio Rocchini and Roberto Cazzolla Gatti, along with Matilde Martini, on two common topics: the quality of input data in species distribution modeling and…

  • GEDI

    GEDI

    Thanks to #EarthBridge we had the pleasure of hosting Matthias Forkel and Xiao Liu from the Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing at TUD. Our discussion was mainly about the Global Ecosystems Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) data. Up to now, the group at CZU has primarily focused on evaluating the measurements, while Xiao and Matthias have…

  • “Flower power”

    “Flower power”

    Check out Michela Perrone’s latest article titled „Flower power“: How flowering affects spectral diversity metrics and their relationship with plant diversity. 🌸🌿 Biodiversity monitoring faces challenges due to laborious field sampling methods. Remote sensing of spectral diversity (SD) offers a promising alternative, yet studies have shown conflicting results, especially in dynamic ecosystems like grasslands. Perrone’s…

  • Visit of Malaga

    Visit of Malaga

    At the beginning of April, Vitezslav Moudry and Jan Komarek visited the University of Málaga (UMA) workplace. The first was the KHAOS group (https://khaos.uma.es/), represented by Dr. Virginia Garcia (Remote Sensing expert), and the second was ITIS (https://itis.uma.es/), represented by Prof. Pedro Merino (Internet services on mobile networks). The visit aimed to strengthen mutual relations…

  • Exploring New Frontiers in Bird Diversity Modeling

    Exploring New Frontiers in Bird Diversity Modeling

    New article The relationship between remotely-sensed spectral heterogeneity and bird diversity is modulated by landscape type. Article written by Dominika Prajzlerová. Dive into the fascinating world of bird diversity modeling with our latest study, recently published in Elsevier. Our research delves into the intricate relationship between bird species richness and landscape features, aiming to uncover…

  • Tisá – partners‘ meeting

    Tisá – partners‘ meeting

    During our partners’meeting in Tisá (13-15 March 2024) we delved into some crucial discussions and made significant progress towards our shared goals. First and foremost, we discussed the development of a comprehensive handbook for stakeholders. This handbook will serve as a vital resource, providing guidance and information for all those involved in our project. One…

  • UBO has joined the EarthBridge team.

    UBO has joined the EarthBridge team.

    As of March 1, 2024 the university of Bonn has joined the EarthBridge project. The leader of the UBO team is Anna Cord. She and her collegue Rubben moved to Bonn. Welcome on board!

  • BioViewPoint project

    BioViewPoint project

    We are glad to announce that the BioViewPoint project led by our own @RubenRemelgado has been selected for funding from @CU_ESIIL! Another success made possible through the networking activities of EarthBridge The BioViewPoint working group will explore the use of biodiversity data to map environmental change using remote sensing. The project will receive funding over…

  • Management Training @ EPC Centre in Dresden

    Management Training @ EPC Centre in Dresden

    Five project managers from CZU attended Management Training in EPC Centre. in Dresden. The training includede the followint topics: Experience with 2nd level audits, Erasmus+, Interreg,

  • IEOS23 the Irish Earth Observation Symposium

    IEOS23 the Irish Earth Observation Symposium

    Elisa Padulosi and Duccio Rocchini attended IEOS23 the Irish Earth Observation (EO) Symposium in Limerick on 30 November 2023. Both the researchers shared the latest research and developments in EO, and discussed how EO can be used to address a wide range of challenges, including climate change, environmental monitoring, and disaster management using both satellites…

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