State of art and benchmarking

  • Review of the application of optical and radar remote sensing data to identification (mapping) and assessment of biomass growth in abandoned agricultural land was performed. Paper was submitted to journal …
  • Moreover, personal visit to Warsaw (ESA GlobBiomass project) was addressed on 25-26th June 2018 (Fig. 2). Meeting took place in Forest Research Institute Warsaw (IBL). Dr. Agata Hoscilo from the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography participated meeting as well. A review of the application of optical and radar remote sensing data to identification (mapping) and assessment of biomass growth in abandoned agricultural land was performed.

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Visit in Warsaw - Juraj Papčo(NFC), Agatha Hoscilo (IGIK), Krzysztof Sterenczak (IBL), Tomáš Bucha (NFC), Ivan Sačkov (NFC)