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Phenology Detection At IBIMET

I was a visiting researcher at the Institute of BIoMETeorology (IBIMET) in Sassari Italy in the month of July 2013. My work there was directed at applying known research from the Richardson lab for using color responses to characterize phenological behavior. You can … Continue reading

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Automatic Season Detection

It’s not very difficult for a human to know when a season starts or ends from seeing an image series. It becomes very tedious to do it when you have millions of images to go through. This is where automatic … Continue reading

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EcoIS is out!!!!

Checkout our new publication here. It’s all about how to normalize image taken of field plots. This is not only interesting because it can normalize hand-held photography, but it also has the potential to influence how images taken from Areal … Continue reading

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CENS at UCLA

For my stay abroad I had to come to CENS at UCLA. The advances related to novel methods for collecting and analyzing ecological data is synchronized with what I have been doing for the past couple of years. I arrived … Continue reading

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Protected: My Masters Thesis: The Layout

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Homography aided plot based Phenological measurements

Just came back from a wonderful couple of weeks in Zackenberg where I deployed two experimental plots that used multiple chessboard markers. At each plot corner a marker was placed. All four corners had different markers, and only one marker … Continue reading

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Homography Aided Plot Based Phenology Measurements

Before going home yesterday I left a process running that had the latest version of the homography algorithm.  The new trial included multiple markers and changing the way of calculating the image transformation.  When I arrived this morning, I found … Continue reading

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