Stephanie Willsey is a 2nd year Masters student under Dan Hayes in the School of Forest Resources at the University of Maine. Her current research focuses on how calibration plot data affects enhanced forest inventories in Maine. Before becoming a member of the Barbara Wheatland Geospatial Lab, she was a Master of Forestry student at […]
Xinyuan’s research focuses primarily on understanding the terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle with process-based earth system models. His work involves analyzing the effects of fire on the global terrestrial biosphere carbon cycle, investigating the interactions between climate extremes and the land-atmospheric carbon flux, modeling the land-to-ocean dissolved organic carbon flux.
Check out this article in Mainebiz about our new project with NASA and the Center for Research on Sustainable Forests to map forest carbon with spaceborne LiDAR!
Spectroscopy of plants – What light spectra can tell us about functional, taxonomic, and phylogenetic plant biodiversity
Please join us for our next Wheatland Seminar! Anna K. Schweiger Postdoctoral Researcher University of Zurich & Université de Montréal Wednesday, November 18, 2020 1:00 pm ET via Zoom (https://maine.zoom. us/j/95874189170)
Leveraging High Resolution Forest Inventory and Satellites to Predict Fire Damage Severity at the Micro-Stand Level
Please join us for our next Wheatland Seminar! Cassidy Rankine Director of Remote Sensing High Resolution Inventory Solutions (HRIS) Wednesday, November 4, 2020 3:00 pm ET via Zoom (https://maine.zoom. us/j/95874189170)
Moving Beyond Enhanced Forest Inventory (EFI): Accelerating the Digitalization of the Forest Value-Chain
Please join us for next week’s Wheatland Seminar! Adam Dick Forest Research Project Leader Canadian Wood Fibre Centre / Canadian Forest Service Wednesday, October 14, 2020 3:00 pm ET via Zoom (https://maine.zoom. us/j/95874189170)
Two recent articles on an interdisciplinary research project to develop AI tools for automated seabird surveys in coastal Maine using plane and UAV-based aerial imagery. Bangor Daily News article here UMaine News article here
Nice to see some new resources for lidR are now available here!
Forest Disturbance Detection and Aboveground Biomass Modeling Using Moderate-Resolution, Time-Series Satellite Imagery
Human-induced and natural disturbances are an important feature of forest ecosystems. Disturbances influence forest structure and composition and can impact crucial ecosystem services. However, deriving spatially explicit estimates of past forest disturbance across a large region can prove challenging. Researchers have recognized that remote sensing is an important tool for monitoring forest ecosystems and mapping […]