Anne Reichmuth

Anne Reichmuth
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung | UFZ · Department of Remote Sensing

B.Sc. International Forest Ecosystem Management; M.Eng. Geoinformation

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This analysis focussed on the early detection of forest health changes, with special focus on Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst.). The aim was to examine the time, spectral area and appropriate method for detecting vitality changes. Therefore a ring-barking experiment with seven subsequent laboratory needle measurements was carried out in 2013...
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Forest ecosystems are affected by stress induced changes in various ways. Environmental factors that affect trees negatively can be distinguished between biotic and abiotic factors. Abiotic factors are non-living such as drought, storm, frost, etc. Biotic factors are of living kind such as fungi or insects. Tree species react to stress in terms of...
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Forest ecosystems respond very sensitively to climate and atmospheric changes. Feedback mechanisms can be measured via changes in albedo, energy balance and carbon storage. The Bavarian Forest National Park is a unique forest ecosystem with large non-intervention zones, which promote a large scale re-wilding process with low human interference. It...
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Der fortschreitende Klimawandel erhöht das Gefährdungspotenzial von Wäldern zunehmend. Eine forstwirtschaftliche Nutzung von Wäldern ist oftmals nur durch den Wechsel auf Baumarten mit größerer Flexibilität gegenüber den Auswirkungen des Klimawandels langfristig sichergestellt. Für derartige Waldumbauvorhaben auf großer Fläche benötigen die Akteure...
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In Central Europe spruce and pine are severely affected by the impacts of climate change. In several regions a significant decline in their distribution is observed. To cope with this threat, the Bavarian State Institute of Forestry produces climate risk maps for the next decades. To be effective however, locational information of the two tree spec...
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The main tree species in Bavaria is spruce, which is being strongly affected by the climate change, because of its anthropogenic influenced distribution in non-typical site ranges. Through climate change, biotic and abiotic factors, such as bark beetles, fungi, storm, snow and water stress are occurring more often and are stressing spruce in these...

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Optimisation of EnMAP Time series for detecting forest health changes