Maximilian Lange

Maximilian Lange
Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung | UFZ · Department of Computational Landscape Ecology

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Information on grassland land-use intensity (LUI) is crucial for understanding trends and dynamics in biodiversity , ecosystem functioning, earth system science and environmental monitoring. LUI is a major driver for numerous environmental processes and indicators, such as primary production, nitrogen deposition and resilience to climate extremes....
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Forest cover dynamics are an important indicator for climate change as well as for land conversion studies. Based on an analysis of 30 years of Landsat data a forest cover time series was generated and analyzed for the Dhofar mountains in Oman. The Dhofar mountains in Southern Oman with its semi-arid cloud forest is an important asset for livestock...
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Overcoming the obstacle of frequent cloud coverage in optical remote sensing data is essential for monitoring dynamic land surface processes from space. APiC, a novel adaptable pixel-based compositing and classification approach, is especially designed to use high resolution spatio-temporal space-borne data. Here, pixel-based compositing is used se...
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The use of Pseudoinvariant Areas (PIA) makes it possible to carry out a reasonably robust and automatic radiometric correction for long time series of remote sensing imagery, as shown in previous studies for large data sets of Landsat MSS, TM, and ETM+ imagery. In addition, they can be employed to obtain more coherence among remote sensing data fro...
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Quantifying the accuracy of remote sensing products is a timely endeavor given the rapid increase in Earth observation missions. A validation site for Sentinel-2 products was hence established in central Germany. Automatic multispectral and hyperspectral sensor systems were installed in parallel with an existing eddy covariance flux tower, providin...
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This study investigates whether the assumed increase of winter and spring temperatures is depicted by phenological models in correspondingly earlier bud burst (BB) dates. Some studies assume that rising temperatures lead to an earlier BB, but even later BB has been detected. The phenological model PIM (promoter-inhibitor-model) fitted to the extens...
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Area-wide green-up dates for Central and Western Europe could be derived for all methods and years (exemplary s. Figure 1). Phenological metrics are in accordance with climatic and topographic conditions: an early start-of-the-season for southwestern Europe and a later green-up towards Central and Eastern Europe as well as the elevated regions of t...
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At large scale, most species distribution datasets rely on distribution data obtained from herbarium and museum specimens. Such 'presence-only data' are getting more and more into focus due to the increasing interest in continental and global maps of distribution patterns. However, working with specimen data generally implies a number of potential...

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