Monitoring of biodiversity using remote sensing

  • Anaya Acevedo, Jesus Adolfo (PI)
  • Rendón Vásquez, Karen (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))
  • Portilla Jiménez, María Carolina (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))
  • Rendón Vásquez, Karen (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))
  • Montoya Lopera, Paola Andrea (Research Assistant (Undergraduate Student))

Project Details


The accelerated loss of tropical forests has been related to climate change and the loss of biodiversity. a group of colombian researchers united by the peace network (platform for studies and analysis on colombia and its ecosystems) has promoted the monitoring of colombian ecosystems, which in addition to global changes recognizes the political, social and economic circumstances colombia is experiencing in the field of post-conflict areas that have usually been isolated due to the occurrence of the conflict may now be threatened by trends in land use change.


Use remote sensing techniques to monitor essential biodiversity variables
Effective start/end date15/01/1930/01/21


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