Publications from WP 6.3 Remote Sensing of land use change

The use of satellite images as part of remote sensing provides an innovative method for detecting land use change (LUC) caused by intensification of agriculture as part of the German bio-based economy in the future. LUC is a main driver for biodiversity losses and the reduction of other ecosystem services of agricultural systems.
Kyere I., Astor T., Graß R., Wachendorf M. (2019): Multi-temporal Agricultural Land-Cover Mapping Using Single-Year and Multi-Year Models Based on Landsat Imagery and IACS Data. Agronomy 2019, 9 (6), 30
Kyere I., Astor T. Graß R., Wachendorf M. (2020): Agricultural crop discrimination in a heterogeneous low-mountain range region based on multi-temporal and multi-sensor satellite data. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 179, 2020, ISSN 0168-1699
Kyere I., Astor T., Graß R., Fricke T., Wachendorf M. (2021): Spatio-temporal analysis of the effects of biogas production on agricultural lands. Land Use Policy 2021, 102, 105240