Anne Achieng Osio

Anne Achieng Osio
The Technical University of Kenya · Civil Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Anne Oslo currently works within the Faculty of Engineering,Sience & Technology at The Technical University of Kenya. She does research in Geoinformatics & Earth Observation. Their current project is 'Monitoring of Tree species with Object Based Satellite Image Time Series'.

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Deep-learning-based image classification and object detection has been applied successfully to tree monitoring. However, studies of tree crowns and fallen trees, especially on flood inundated areas, remain largely unexplored. Detection of degraded tree trunks on natural environments such as water, mudflats, and natural vegetated areas is challengin...
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Deep-learning-based image classification and object detection has been applied successfully to tree monitoring. However, studies of tree crowns and fallen trees, especially on flood inundated areas, remain largely unexplored. Detection of degraded tree trunks on natural environments such as water, mudflats, and natural vegetated areas is challengin...
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Deep-learning-based image classification and object detection has been applied successfully to tree monitoring. However, studies of tree crowns and fallen trees, especially on flood inundated areas, remain largely unexplored. Detection of degraded tree trunks on natural environments such as water, mudflats, and natural vegetated areas is challengin...
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Deep-learning-based image classification and object detection has been applied successfully to tree monitoring. However, studies of tree crowns and fallen trees, especially on flood inundated areas, remain largely unexplored. Detection of degraded tree trunks on natural environments such as water, mudflats, and natural vegetated areas is challengin...
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Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is an invasive hydro plant that invaded the waters of Lake Victoria and has since been spreading rapidly affecting the socio-economic livelihood of the community around the Lake. The weed's rapid spread is due to various anthropogenic activities in the surrounding environment among them being the eutrophication...
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Automated mapping of heterogeneous riparian landscape is of high interest to assess our planet. Still, it remains a challenging task due to the occurrence of flooded vegetation. While both optical and radar images can be exploited, the latter has the advantage of being independent acquisition conditions. However, and despite their popularity, the t...
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Tree degradation in National Parks poses a serious risk to the birds and animals and to a larger extent the general ecosystem. The essence of Forest degradation mapping is to detect the extent of damage on the trees over time, hence providing stakeholders with a basis for forest rehabilitation and intervention. The study proposes a workflow for det...
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Abstract : The Lake Nakuru (Kenya) faces flooding since 2010, thus interfering with the growth of riparian vegetation, and requiring automated image analysis to monitor the effect of flooding on the Lake Nakuru Riparian Reserve vegetation species. The vegetation specie that was affected by the flooding lake is Acacia Xanthophloea, i.e. a habitat an...
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The Lake Nakuru (Kenya) faces flooding since 2010, thus interfering with the growth of riparian vegetation, and requiring automated image analysis to monitor the effect of flooding on the Lake Nakuru Riparian Reserve vegetation species. The vegetation specie that was affected by the flooding lake is Acacia Xanthophloea, i.e. a habitat and feed for...
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Impact of Climate Change Adaptive Strategies on Food Security in Kaloleni County, Kenya Prof.Chiuri, W1, Osio, A.A*2 and Prof.Ciani, A3 3Dep. of Agricultural Economics, Farm Appraisal and Agro food Sciences –DSEEA Perugia University, Faculty of Agriculture .Borgo XX Giugno, 74.06121-PERUGIA-IT. Co-author:email:ciani@unipg.it 2Egerton University, P....

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To evaluate the change that took place on the tree crowns using the available OBIA toolkit.