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MEETING ON USING REMOTE SENSING IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSES

Between 6th and 9th March, 2017 we shared our knowledge and experience on using specialised remote sensing and GIS software in environmental analyses. The meeting was given by ForBioSensing specialists to representatives of the General Directorate for Environmental Protection (GDEP). The meeting took place at the seat of the Forestry Research Institute.
Krzysztof Stereńczak, EngD and Bartłomiej Kraszewski, EngD at the beginning of the meeting introduced participants to the basis of applying remote sensing in environmental analysis. The lecture concerned in particular the theory of airborne lase...

WOLONTARIUSZE I STAŻYŚCI POSZUKIWANI

Wszystkich tych, którzy chcieliby poszerzyć swoją wiedzą na temat puszczańskiego drzewostanu, pozyskać nowe umiejętności lub rozszerzyć dotychczasowe oraz zyskać cenne doświadczenie podczas wykonywania prac terenowych, na obszarze polskiej części Puszczy Białowieskiej, zapraszamy do udziału w wolontariacie lub odbycia praktyki zawodowej w ramach naszego projektu!
Osoby zainteresowane odbyciem stażu/wolontariatu proszone są o przesyłanie CV na adres: D.Raczkowska – Paluch@ibles.waw.pl, DW: L.Kuberski@ibles.waw.pl Termin odbycia stażu/wolontariatu w okresie: 06 - 10. 2017 r. ZAPRASZAMY  !...

NETWORKING MEETING WITH FRESH LIFE PROJECT

Between 21st and 23rd February there was a networking meeting in Florence among members of FRESh LIFE project and Krzysztof Stereńczak, EngD, project manager of ForBioSensing LIFE+ project.
It was a great opportunity to share main aims and information about both projects life. After presentations all participants had brainstorming about a.o. methodologies applied in both project, gained experience and knowledge and possible ways of co...

Field measurements in winter

Winter in the forest...
Winter in Białowieża Forest is still alive and well. Once again you can see our project members while collecting data for analyses and see how severe weather conditions they encounter. We can also inform you with pleasure that our team has gained...

PROJECT DATA APPLICATION

Data collected in the framework of ForBioSensing project are unique. We use them for achieving Project tasks, but we also share them with others for e.g. writing thesis, graduate work, running other projects or research. In the scope of that kind of cooperation there was recently released a broad monograph entitled “Terrestrial non-forest ecosystems in Białowieża National Park”.
For the publication there were shared and used Digital Surface Model, vegetation height layer and an orthophotomap of Uroczysko Reski area. Thanks to the data it was possible to create vegetation map for 2016 which was essential for analysing change...