Habitat mapping and monitoring
Modelling vegetation patterns with remote sensing
When we observe natural and semi-natural habitats all around the world, the first impression we make is about vegetation. Understanding the spatial configuracion of vegetation is a key for mapping and monitoring different habitats and ecosystems. In particular, habitat modeling based on remote sensing provides a unique framework to map the diversity and distribution of ecosystems, and to track ecosystem changes at high spatial resolution. Despite the great value of these tools for biodiversity and conservation, we still need to develop appropiate approaches to integrate biodiversity data, remote sensing and artificial intelligence in sucessful case studies.
We use field data, spatial analysis and modeling tools.