BSc topics available for Biodiversity and Conservation

BSc topics available for Biodiversity and Conservation

October 21, 2014

are you interested in a BSc thesis within remote sensing for biodiversity and conservation or more in general ‘ecology’?

A variety of topics are possible such as species distribution modelling, deforestation, spatial prediction of environmental destruction or more technical topics such as the impact of the spatial or spectral resolution on species distribution models.

Based on past experiences no fixed topics are offered anymore but a joint development of a BSc topic.

We can highly recommend to consider a thesis in the Nationalpark Bavarian Forest where a huge variety of data is already present such as LIDAR or hyperspectral data or botanical and zoological in-situ data. Such a thesis will be conducted in close cooperation with he Bavarian Forest and DLR.

 

Please approach Martin Wegmann in case you are interested, topics will be developed jointly.

 

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