COPERNICUS for LULUCF workshops in Spain


11:30 – 12:00
Welcome: Coffee and tea (at home)

12:00 – 12:10
General objetives and main results of the project
Jose M Álvarez-Martínez-Environmental Hydraulics Institute IHCantabria (UC)

12:10 – 12:20
Gaps and solutions: an overview
Fernando Ropdriguez Montoya-Environmental Hydraulics Institute IHCantabria (UC)

12:20 – 12:30
On the application of CLMS data and methods for LULUCF reporting: synergy with the Action
Christoph Schröder/Ana Marín- ETC-ULS-UMA

12:30 – 13:30
Success stories: from Copernicus (RS) data to patterns and processes of LULUCF (10 min)

CS1: Remote Sensing applied to mapping and estimation of current and past carbon stocks in seagrass meadows
Bárbara Ondiviela Eizaguirre-Environmental Hydraulics Institute IHCantabria (UC)

CS2: Wetland monitoring: changes in LULUCF and surface water dynamics
Christoph Schröder/Ana Marín-ETC-ULS-UMA

CS3: Mapping grasslands at a regional scale: from remote sensing to land use management and productivity
Gonzalo Hernández Romero/Jose M Álvarez-Martínez-Environmental Hydraulics Institute IHCantabria (UC)

CS4: Quantification of biomass if forestry
Íñigo Lizarralde-FÖRA

CS5: Mapping woodlands and forests through remote sensing and AI
Nuria Serrano-COTESA

CS6: Modeling Soil Organic Carbon stocks from the outputs of REMOTE software, the remote sensing-based monitoring tool of the Spanish National Parks Organism
Domingo Alcaraz Segura-University of Granada

13:30 – 14:00
General discussion

14:00 – 14:10
Opportunities for R & d (I+D+i) in Copernicus evolution
Andrea Julia Perez-Carro Rios-CDTI

14:10 – 14:20
Next steps: working group in ApliCOP for LULUCF for projects development

14:20 – 14:30
Closing remarks
María Jose Alonso Moya-SEI, MITERD


Jul 14 2021


11:30 - 14:30

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