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Institute of

WO Forest Ecosystems

Stuart Krause

Institute of Forest Ecosystems

Alfred-Möller-Straße 1, Haus 41/42
16225 Eberswalde
+49 3334 3820 354
+49 3334 3820 336



Remote Sensing for Forest Monitoring:

  •  Low altitude and Satellite image processing and analysis
  •  Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Photogrammetry (Point Clouds/Orthomosaics)
  •  Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Sensor Operation (RGB, NIR, TIR)


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    Krause S, Sanders TGM (2022) Drought stress detection of European beech with UAV Data Cubes [Präsentation]. In: Innovative UAV applications. Noordwijk, Niederlande: ESA

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    Krause S, Sanders TGM (2021) The application of UAV-based phenological data and machine learning models for drought stress detection in European beech [Online Präsentation]. In: 40th EARSeL Symposium 2021 : European remote sensing-new solutions for science and practice ; 07 - 10 June 2021 University of Warsaw, Faculty of geography and regional studies, Warsaw, Poland.

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    Krause S (2019) Aerial and terrestrial photogrammetric point cloud fusion for intensive forest monitoring. GI Forum 7(2):60-72, DOI:10.1553/giscience2019_02_s60

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    Krause S, Strer M, Mund J-P, Sanders TGM (2019) UAV remote sensing data handling: A transition from testing to long-term data acquisition for intensive forest monitoring. J Photogramm Remote Sensing Geoinf Sci 28(39):167-174

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    Krause S, Sanders TGM, Mund J-P, Greve K (2019) UAV-based photogrammetric tree height measurement for intensive forest monitoring. Remote Sensing 11(7):758, DOI:10.3390/rs11070758

    further Publications

    [Translate to English:] KRAUSE, S., HARTMANN, F., MUND, J.,-P., (2016). UAV Workflow Optimization for the Acquisition of High-Quality Photogrammetric Point Clouds in Forestry. GI_Forum, 1, 72–84.

    RIEK, W., KALLWEIT, R., RUSS, A., KRAUSE, S.; MLUV (Ministerium für Ländliche Entwicklung, Umwelt und Verbraucherschutz) [Hrsg.] (2012): Veränderung des Wärmehaushalts durch Klimawandel; Eberswalde. (Eberswalder Forstliche Schriftenreihe Bd. 49), Page 107.

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