Training and Resources

  • Interdisciplinary summer school on forest ecosystems


Aim & Objectives
The increasing rates of changes in environmental conditions put higher pressure on science to provide robust estimates of future ecosystem development. We need robust approaches to measure the current state, understand the processes and then accurately predict the development of forest ecosystems. In this view, the members of three COST Actions (3DForEcoTech, Bottoms-up, PROCLIAS) joined their forces to develop research and training activities to link forest dynamics models with modern technologies and comprehensive biodiversity data.

Please follow the link here for more information on the summer school and registration of the courses.

  • Google Earth Engine Workshop with Noel Gorelick

The workshop was held at David Attenborough Building on the University of Cambridge campus with students and staff from the University and partner organisations. Noel went through two extensive sessions and hand-on practices with all 30 participants from basics of getting up and running with Earth Engine to multi-temporal Classification and Sensor Fusion.

As requested by many (especially the ones not hosted on site), Noel has shared the recordings of his workshop on Youtube. Click on the following buttons for more information and resources.

  • More on Google Earth Engine Training

Please follow the link here for resources and courses on Google Earth Engine Training.