PhD defense by Gerald Forkuor “Agricultural Land Use Mapping in West Africa Using Multi-sensor Satellite Imagery”

PhD defense by Gerald Forkuor “Agricultural Land Use Mapping in West Africa Using Multi-sensor Satellite Imagery”

January 15, 2015

Gerald Forkuor after his defence

Gerald Forkuor with his supervisor Prof. Christopher Conrad

On January 14 2015 Gerald Forkuor defended his PhD on remote sensing for crop mapping in West Africa successfully – congratulations!
He is currently working at the International Water Management Institute in Ghana in a related topic of remote sensing.

The PhD dissertation is available under https://opus.uni-wuerzburg.de/files/10868/Thesis_Gerald_Forkuor_2014.pdf
 

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