Information - BG1.07 Remote sensing for terrestrial biogeochemical studies
This session will refer to recent advances in observation and modelling biogeochemical cycle components with the help of remote sensing (satellite, airborne), and should trigger scientifc communication and synergies between modelling, remote sensing and ground observation. Subjects as carbon/water/energy cycles, permafrost dynamics, vegetation stress modelling, vegetation dynamics and land-use change effects on biogeochemical cycles are encouraged. Model-data fusion approaches of any kind are particularly encouraged.
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