1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
1st day: Workshop opening, oral and poster presentations
Chair: Filip H ´ajek
Assessing the Sensitivity of European Beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) Stands to
Severe Drought Based on Measurements from Earth Observation Satellites

Joachim Hill, Marion Stellmes, Johannes Stoffels, Willi Werner, Oxana Shtern,David Frantz08:30 - 08:45 Data mining of VHSR satellite data and additional geodata for modelling of
organic carbon stocks in Central European floodplains
Leonhard OMJ Suchenwirth, Michael F F ¨orster, Birgit Kleinschmit
08:45 - 09:00
Forest dieback in the Beskidy Mountains in Poland – a case study of
RapidEye supervised classification and GIS spatial analyses
Piotr Wezyk, Pawel Hawrylo, Bartlomiej Janus
09:00 - 09:15
Method for the Estimation of Continuous Forest Variables by Means of
Remote Sensing Data
Mathias Schardt, Martin Steinegger, Heinz Gallaun
09:15 - 09:30
Chair: Piotr Wezyk
A review of laser scanning technology applications in Polish State Forests
and National Parks
09:35 - 10:15
Use of ALOS satellite imagery to estimate timber volume of Eucalyptus
forest plantations
Vicente P Soares, Fernando S. Oliveira, Carlos A.A.S. Ribeiro, Jos ´e M. Gleriani,
Sady J.M.C. Menezes, Andr ´e Q Almeida
9:35 - 10:15
A comparison of different approaches to empirical modeling for retrieval of
leaf pigments content of Norway spruce canopies from HyMap airborne
hyperspectral image data
Jan Miˇsurec, Veronika Kopaˇckov ´a, Zuzana Lhot ´akov ´a, Jana Albrechtov ´a, Jan
Hanuˇs, Joerg Weyermann
9:35 - 10:15
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
Potentialities of using ASTER & SRTM DEM for road planning in
Central African sustainable forest logging context. A case study in East
Julien Philippart, Daphn ´e Handerek, Philippe Lejeune, Jean-Louis Doucet
9:35 - 10:15
Terrestrial Forest Inventory Plot Determination by Applying Rapid Eye Data
Adelheid Rappl, Britta Ossig, Alata Elatawneh, Ralf Moshammer, Thomas Knoke,
Thomas Schneider
9:35 - 10:15
Monitoring drought stress of trees in a hyper-arid-zone by remote sensing;
Preliminary results from the southern Arava valley.
Sivan Isaacson, Dan G Blumberg, Hanan Ginat, Benny Shalmon
9:35 - 10:15
Detection of one-layer pine stands on single tree and sample plot level
Krzysztof Sterenczak
9:35 - 10:15
Mapping and monitoring changes in forests and forest carbon stocks in Fiji
and Guyana: Two service cases of the ReCover project
Johannes Reiche, Martin Herold, Dirk Hoekman, Tuomas H ¨ame
9:35 - 10:15
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Based Monitoring Of the Asian Longhorned
Beetle for Control and Avoidance Strategies
Oliver Bauer, Heinz-Wilhelm Dehne, Boran Altincicek, Albert Moll
9:35 - 10:15
Ecosystem soil-productional potential assessment applying remote data
and mathematical simulation
Tatiana Trifonova, Leonid Shirkin, Natalia Mishchenko
9:35 - 10:15
Verification of the tree stem volume estimation models based on Airborne
Laser Scanning (ALS) point cloud – a case study in the Chojna Forest
District (Poland)
Piotr Wezyk, Hubert Szostecki
9:35 - 10:15
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
A review of laser scanning technology applications in Polish State Forests
and National Parks
Piotr Wezyk, Krzysztof Bedkowski, Pawel Strzelinski, Marta Szostak, Krzysztof
Sterenczak, Piotr Tompalski, Radomir Balazy, Marek Ksepko, Grzegorz
Zajaczkowski, Marcin Myszkowski
9:35 - 10:15
View Angle Effects on the Discrimination of Tropical Successional Forest in
Veraldo Liesenberg, Richard Gloaguen, Hermann Heilmeier
9:35 - 10:15
Chair: Markus Hollaus
Measuring and computing tree branch structure and size distribution from
terrestrial laser scanner data
Mikko K. J. Kaasalainen, Pasi Raumonen, Sanna Kaasalainen, Harri Kaartinen
10:45 - 11:00
Terrestrial LiDAR as tool for improved tree modelling
Kim Calders, Jan Verbesselt, Harm Bartholomeus, Martin Herold
11:00 - 11:15
A novel method to calculate crown coverage based on ALS data
Lothar Eysn, Markus Hollaus, Klemens Schadauer, Andreas Roncat
11:15 - 11:30
A comparison of digital photogrammetry and airborne laser scanning for
the derivation of digital surface models in different forest types and terrain
Christoph Straub, Rudolf Seitz
11:30 - 11:45
Comparison of branch extraction for deciduous single trees in leaf-on and
leaf-off conditions
Magnus Bremer, Andreas Jochem, Martin Rutzinger
11:45 - 12:00
Monitoring of forest succession stage based on the aerial CIR orthophoto
and ALS data. A case study in western Poland
Piotr Wezyk, Marta Szostak, Piotr Tompalski
12:00 - 12:15
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
Comparison and Possible Use of Digital Surface Models (DSMs) in a
Multifunctional Forest
G ´eza Kir ´aly, G ´abor Brolly, M ´ark Vit ´anyi
12:15 - 12:30
Estimation of three-dimensional structure of tropical rain forest using
GLAS ICEsat data
Yasumasa Hirata, Haw Mau Phua, Hideki Saito, Toshiya Matsuura, Wilson Wong
Vun Chiong
12:30 - 12:45
14:15 Forest monitoring using coarse spatial resolution data Chair: Tom ´aˇs Bucha
Near real-time change monitoring in tropical forest using MODIS satellite
image time series
Jan Verbesselt, Achim Zeileis, Martin Herold
14:15 - 14:30
Forest foliar phenology disturbances monitoring using satellite based data
time series at medium spatial resolution and long-term in-situ
Jean Charles SAMALENS, Nicolas Bories, Jean Pierre Wigneron, Dominique
14:30 - 14:45
Forest/Non-Forest mapping using MODIS data and advanced classification
E. Dragozi, I. Z. Gitas, M. Tompoulidou
14:45 - 15:00
PROBA-V performance assessment for forest cover mapping over the
Atlantic biogeographical region of Europe
Ioannis Manakos, A. Azzi, C. Kalaitzidis, Mathias Schardt, Heinz Gallaun
15:00 - 15:15
Satellite-based system for continuous evaluation of forest ecosystem’s
response on environment changes
Ivan Barka, Tom ´aˇs Bucha
15:15 - 15:30
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
Chair: Mathias Schardt
Monitoring the reopening of roads in the Democratic Republic of Congo
with EO data
Ides Bauwens, Nathalie Stephenne, Nicolas Dosselaere
16:15 - 16:30
Monitoring of Forest Carbon Stocks in the Miombo Woodlands in Western
Hermegast A MAKOI, Nina Buchmann, Bettina Wolfgramm, Lutz Merbold
16:30 - 16:45
Brazilian Forest Code
Carlos A A S Ribeiro, Vanessa M Lana, Vicente P Soares, Sady J M C Menezes,
Renata R C Rocha, Simone R Magalhaes, Julianne C Oliveira, Kelly O Barros
16:45 - 17:00
The Potential of LiDAR Measurements on the Characterization of Tropical
Hans-Dieter Viktor Boehm, Veraldo Liesenberg, Juergen Frank
17:00 - 17:15
Time-series analysis of satellite images for forest cover change monitoring
in Tanzania
Oivind T D Trier, Arnt-Børre Salberg
17:15 - 17:30
Capabilities of the DMC Constellation and applications of its imagery for
tropical forest mapping and monitoring
Katarzyna Wisniewska
17:30 - 17:45
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
2nd day: Oral presentations, workshop closing
Chair: G ´eza Kir ´aly
Assessment of Norway spruce forest health state under the bark beetle
Petr Lukeˇs, Jan Hanuˇs, Jan Novotn´y, V ˇeroslav Kaplan, Pavel Cudl´ın, Lucia
Yanez, Zbyn ˇek Malenovsk´y
08:30 - 08:45
Spatial Variability of Measured Leaf Properties across a Precipitation
Gradient in Savannas of Northern Australia
Reza Amiri, Jason Beringer, Peter Isaac
08:45 - 09:00
Mapping complex vegetation patterns using hyperspectral remote sensing
data and advanced processing techniques for conservation and
environmental planning
Peter Burai, Karoly Livius Bakos, Paolo Gamba
09:00 - 09:15
Investigation of Biophysical Forest Biomass and Density from Radar Image
Isabelle Champion, Pascale Dubois-Fernandez, Xavier Dupuis
09:15 - 09:30
Comparing Different Polarization Modes at L-band for Land Use Mapping in
Veraldo Liesenberg, Arief Wijaya, Richard Gloaguen
09:30 - 09:45
Investigations of ALOS PALSAR backscatter intensity and interferometric
coherence over Germany’s low mountain range forested areas
Nicolas Ackermann, Christian Thiel, Christiane Schmullius, Maurice Borgeaud
09:45 - 10:00
Chair: Radim Adolt
Remote sensing and photogrammetry in 2nd period of Czech National
Forest Inventory
Filip H ´ajek, Radim Adolt
10:45 - 11:00
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
Large-Area Tree Species Classification – Potential And Limits Of Airborne
Digital Sensor (ADS40/80) Data
Lars T. Waser, Christian Ginzler, Meinrad Kuechler
11:00 - 11:15
Assessing Canopy Height and Forest Parameters at Stand-Level from High
Resolution Optical and Radar Stereo Imagery
Janik Deutscher, Roland Perko, Hannes Raggam, Karlheinz Gutjahr, Mathias
11:15 - 11:30
High resolution digital surface models for forest monitoring
Christian Ginzler, Ruedi Boesch, Zuyuan Wang, Lars T. Waser
11:30 - 11:45
Forest mapping and harvest planning with airborne laser scanning
Jean-Matthieu Monnet, ´
Eric Mermin, Nicolas Clouet, Fr ´ed ´eric Berger Accuracy assessment of ALS-derived stem volume and biomass maps
Markus Hollaus, Lothar Eysn, Christoph Bauerhansl, Florian Riccabona,
Bernhard Maier
12:00 - 12:15
Multiseasonal Against Hyperspectral Approach for Extraction of
Management Relevant Parameter in Forestry
Alata Elatawneh, Simon Baier, Adelheid Rappl, Thomas Schneider, Thomas
12:15 - 12:30
14:00 Ecology, biodiversity and forest protection Chair: Filip H ´ajek
Monitoring forest regrowth following large scale fire using satellite data
Shannon Franks, Jeffery G. Masek
14:00 - 14:15
Object-based segmentation and classification for forest habitat mapping
using remote sensing and field surveys
Vincent Thierion, Vincent Breton, Sandra Luque
14:15 - 14:30
1st Forestry Workshop: Operational Remote Sensing in Forest Management
Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Wooded Grassland Ecosystem for
Management of Wildlife Habitats Using Landsat Imageries
Dorothea Deus, Richard Gloaguen
14:30 - 14:45
Establishing Forest Fire Base-Map Using Remote Sensing Techniques for
the Syrian Coastal Area
Dr. Mohammad Abed, Roza Karmoka
14:45 - 15:00



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