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EAGLE applications and student statistics

We get constantly increasing number of applications and of course we are interested who is applying and who is actually starting our international Earth Observation MSc. program.The percentage of women in our study program did rise to around 80% while men dropped to...

Students explore the Effects of thawing Permafrost in Arctic Environments

What is the relevance of permafrost? What effects does the degradation of permafrost have on Arctic environments? How can satellite earth observation be utilized to monitor and quantify these effects? Addressing these questions was the focus of a recent hackathon week...

Internship Presentations on topographic and hydrographic factors for flood susceptibility analysis and on creation of a land cover classification for Dak Lak and Dak Nong (Vietnam)

On Tuesday, March 28th at 13:00 p.m. Wilmer Fabián Montién Tique will present on his internship "Topographic and hydrographic factors for flood susceptibility analysis. By using WhiteboxTools geospatial data in Nigeria" at DLR via Zoom.  On Tuesday, March 28th at...

Students study animal-environment interactions at the Earth Observation Research Hub

How do animals move through the environment they live in? Which behavioural patterns can be observed when tracking an animals' movements for weeks, months or even years? Which spaces do they utilize and why? And how can remote sensing be used to predict the space...

Review of Spaceborn Remote Sensing Application at the Science-Policy Interface published

Our PhD student Alexandra Bell recently published a review on "Scientific Evidence from Space—A Review of SpaceborneRemote Sensing Applications at the Science–Policy Interface" in cooperation with colleaques from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Remote Sensing....

New publication on the estimation of above ground biomass on agroforestry systems in West Africa

A new publication with the title "Estimation of Aboveground Biomass in Agroforestry Systems over Three Climatic Regions in West Africa Using Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2, ALOS, and GEDI Data" was just published in the Journal Sensors by our PhD student Dan Kanmegne Tamga...

Earth Observation Research Hub at the WASS2022

Staff members of the Earth Observation Research Hub met with alumni as well as former and future guest scientists of the University of Würzburg at the WASCAL Science Symposium 2022 in Ouagadougou in early December. The WASS2022 took place from the 6th to the 9th of...

WASCAL-DE-Coop visits the WASCAL headquarter in Accra

Capacity building in the context of Earth observation is of particular relevance for building expertise and resources in West Africa. For this reason, the WASCAL-DE-Coop project at the University of Würzburg visited the West African Science Service Center on Climate...

WASCAL-DE-Coop and the Earth Observation Research Hub contribute to an IWA Webinar on EO to legislation

Are you interested in the science-policy interface and how to bring Earth Observation (EO) into legislation? As a subgroup of the  IWA Digital Water Programme, the EO for Water Management Community of Practices organizes the webinar "Science to Policy: from Earth...

New publication on Environmental Contamination in the Niger Delta

A new article has been published by Christabel Ansah about her Msc thesis topic together with her supervisor team and the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA) in Nigeria. This work has been performed in the frame work of WASCAL-DE-Coop. She is now...