Monthly Archives: April 2019

EGU conference contribution: UAV-based hyperspectral techniques for monitoring shallow erosion

Preliminary results from an ERODYN experiment will be presented with a poster at this years EGU (European Geosciences Union General Assembly) in Vienna:

Lloyd, J., Mejia-Aguilar, A., Tonin, R., Loebmann, M., Gild, Ch., Mayr, A., and Sonnenschein, R.:
UAV-based hyperspectral techniques for monitoring shallow erosion in alpine pastures

Wednesday 10 April, 08:30–10:15, Hall A

Traineeship / MSc thesis in hyperspectral sensing of vegetation

Eurac Research (Bozen, Italy) is looking for a MSc student / trainee within the ERODYN project. The traineeship will focus on hyperspectral data acquisition and processing to characterize grassland vegetation in the context of erosion susceptibility. There will likely be the possibility to write a MSc thesis on this topic after the traineeship.

More info here: EURAC_MScThesis_HyperspectralApps_RS.