Peter Zellner

Peter Zellner
Eurac Research · Institute for Earth Observation

Master of Science

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Getting access to Analysis Ready EO data is still the biggesthurdle for anyone planning on working with EO data, es-pecially since the needs for carrying out different types ofanalysis on the same dataset often require different process-ing chains for optimal interpretation. Even though many EOcloud services are now available, they often neither of...
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Earth observation data are images collected by satellites orbiting the earth. The growing amount of new satellites and the continuation of established missions lead to a rapid increase of data with different specifications. The Copernicus Open Access Hub for example provides access to 10 PB of data. OpenEO (https://openeo.org/, a Horizon 2020 proje...
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Les résultats de l'étude mettent en évidence que la présence de la végétation naturelle (îlots forestiers) renforce les attaques de vers blancs. L'analyse statistique montre que les parcelles proches des forêts ont une probabilité plus forte d'être attaquées et inversement. En revanche, les espèces arborées composant les jardins ne sembleraient pas...
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"With regard to global food security the modelling of plant growth and yield with high resolution satellite data is an important issue. The generation of high-resolution time series is usually hampered by reduced temporal coverage and atmospheric disturbance. The resulting variability in observation times significantly reduces the consistency of la...
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The greyback canegrub, Dermolepida albohirtum, remains a major problem in sugarcane areas in the north Queensland, Australia, despite years of control efforts. The adult beetle spends most of its life span swarming and feeding on trees along river banks, rainforest edges and scrubs or even in cane farms, where they aggregate, mate and then return t...
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Monitoring above ground biomass production contributes important indicators for crop growth and is thus relevant for numerous agricultural applications such as biomass and yield estimation and farming practices (fertilizing, irrigation). The study targets the quantification of total growth stress impacts on wheat and maize fields in order to estima...

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Cited By
    • Departement of Agriculture and Fisheries Queensland Government
    • King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
    • The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation