Monitoring & Assessment

Aims and scope

 
Knowledge exchange between ENCA members from different agencies interested in linking remote sensing and traditional biodiversity monitoring

 

  • Identification of key problems/opportunities relating to the conservation agencies current and future use of remote sensing.
  • Identification of examples of 'best practice' in the joint development of field methods and remote sensing.

 

Participants and their role

 
  • Chair Alan Brown (Natural Resources Wales)
  • Gebhard Banko (Umweltbundesamt)
  • Jussi Paivinen  (Metsähallitus)
  • Paul Robinson (JNCC)
  • Ana Strbenac (State Institute for Nature Conservation)
  • Jan Plesnik (NCA CR)
  • Yehoshua Shkedy (NPA)
  • Peter Brotherton (Natural England)
 
 

Past meetings:

 
  • 10/11 May 2011: ENCA Workshop  "Integrating image training data and ground-truth data with field survey on Natura 2000 sites"

 

 

 Remote Sensing and Biodiversity Monitoring Draft report for ENCA-net