Dr. Nicholas Coops and Dr. Elizabeth Wolkovich were among the world-class scientists and scholars recognized from across the country to receive this honour.
The occurrence of invasive plants is increasing in all types of ecosystems, producing both positive and negative changes on the landscape. Many land managers aim to decrease the negative effects that plant invasions bring, which may require curbing their spread through proactive management.
The Integrated Remote Sensing Studio (IRSS) is housed in the Forest Resources Management Department in the Faculty of Forestry at UBC. IRSS lab members conduct research using remote sensing and geospatial information to study forest related issues and conservation.
This week, NATURE has published a commentary by Nicholas Coops and Michael Wulder. The goal of this NATURE comment is to show how open and free access to data will result in improved environmental monitoring products and science. To build the case we focus on the Landsat satellite experience where open access has led to […]
Dr. Mike Wulder involved in Landsat project, the world’s longest continuously acquired collection of space-based moderate-resolution land remote sensing data.
In the Integrated Remote Sensing Studio (IRSS), researches have been using remote sensing to characterize moose habitat.