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ZFL at the ESA Living Planet Symposium

From May 23rd to May 27th the ESA Living Planet Symposium will take place at the World Conference Center in Bonn, close to our offices. There will be several presentations and talks held by ZFL Staff, alumni and people associated with us.

ZFL at the ESA Living Planet Symposium

ESA Living Planet Symposium

On Monday, May 23rd:
Poster Presentations by Javier Muro (Modelling vegetation traits and diversity in grasslands across scales with deep learning, UAVs and Sentinel-1 and 2 16:00), Janik Hoffmann (Modeling species and structural diversity across temperate forest types with Remote Sensing and Deep Learning at 16:00).
 
On Tuesday, May 24th:
Poser Presentations by Olena Dubovyk (Monitoring UN indicators of land degradation neutrality and proportion of degraded land using Multiscale Remote Sensing Datasets and Google Earth Engine: Results from Botswana and Tanzania at 16:00) and Jonas Schreier (Monitoring UN indicators of land degradation neutrality and proportion of degraded land using Multiscale Remote Sensing Datasets and Google Earth Engine: Results from Botswana and Tanzania at 16:00)
 
On Wednesday, May 25th:
Talks by Rebecca Navarro (Spatio-Temporal Assessment of Olive Orchard Intensification in the Saiss Plain (Morocco): A Customized Approach Using Multi-Scale Remote Sensing Data at 14:45 in the Nairobi Room) and Adrian Strauch (The GEO-Wetlands Initiative – Moving towards a global, science driven Earth Observation community to support the wise use and sustainable management of wetlands at 16:55 in Room H1-01; he will also co-host the Wetland - Methods and Algorithms, Science, Applications and Policy Session starting at 15:40 in the same room)
 
On Friday, May 27th:
Poster Presentation by Julian Schöne (Deforestation Assessment in Manongarivo Reserve, Madagascar, with Satellite Remote Sensing - What are the Trends and Drivers? at 12:00)
 
For the entire Schedule click here.
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