His primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, Ecology, Meteorology, Climatology and Ecosystem services. His work focuses on many connections between Remote sensing and other disciplines, such as Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer, that overlap with his field of interest in Radiative transfer. His Meteorology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cloud top and Daytime.
His studies deal with areas such as Noon, Coastal plain, Cloud cover and Liquid water path, Precipitation as well as Climatology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Mountain breeze and valley breeze, Weather radar, Katabatic wind and Mesoscale meteorology in addition to Precipitation. Jörg Bendix has included themes like Afforestation, Forest ecology and Agricultural land in his Ecosystem services study.
Jörg Bendix mainly focuses on Remote sensing, Meteorology, Precipitation, Climatology and Ecology. His research investigates the link between Remote sensing and topics such as Vegetation that cross with problems in Biomass. His Meteorology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Daytime, Liquid water content and Geostationary orbit.
In his study, Katabatic wind is inextricably linked to Mesoscale meteorology, which falls within the broad field of Precipitation. His Ecology study focuses mostly on Species richness, Rainforest, Ecosystem, Biodiversity and Epiphyte. His study looks at the relationship between Ecosystem and topics such as Land use, which overlap with Climate change.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, Precipitation, Climatology, Atmospheric sciences and Random forest. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Image resolution and Vegetation. His Precipitation study combines topics in areas such as Wet season, Soil water, Temporal resolution, Mediterranean climate and Plateau.
His research in the fields of Diurnal cycle overlaps with other disciplines such as Event. Jörg Bendix has researched Random forest in several fields, including Steppe, Meteorology and Dirt. His research in Meteorology intersects with topics in X band and Laser.
Remote sensing, Vegetation, Precipitation, Temporal resolution and Ecosystem services are his primary areas of study. His Multispectral image study in the realm of Remote sensing connects with subjects such as Solar surface. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Moisture, Liquid water path and Scale.
His Precipitation research incorporates elements of Soil water, Climate change and Pinus pinaster. His Temporal resolution study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Climatology, Precipitation types, Nocturnal, Daytime and Tropical andes. Jörg Bendix interconnects Deforestation, Cryptogam, Biogeochemical cycle, Algae and Erosion in the investigation of issues within Ecosystem services.
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Fog Research: A Review of Past Achievements and Future Perspectives
I. Gultepe;R. Tardif;S. C. Michaelides;J. Cermak.
Pure and Applied Geophysics (2007)
Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem of Ecuador
Erwin Beck;Jörg Bendix;Ingrid Kottke;Franz Makeschin.
Gradients in a Tropical Mountain Ecosystem — a Synthesis
E. Beck;I. Kottke;J. Bendix;F. Makeschin.
Seasonality of weather and tree phenology in a tropical evergreen mountain rain forest
J. Bendix;J. Homeier;E. Cueva Ortiz;P. Emck.
International Journal of Biometeorology (2006)
A satellite-based climatology of fog and low-level stratus in Germany and adjacent areas
Atmospheric Research (2002)
A novel approach to fog/low stratus detection using Meteosat 8 data
Jan Cermak;Jörg Bendix.
Atmospheric Research (2008)
The Ecosystem (Reserva Biológica San Francisco)
E. Beck;F. Makeschin;F. Haubrich;M. Richter.
The user's view on biodiversity data sharing — Investigating facts of acceptance and requirements to realize a sustainable use of research data —
Neela Enke;Anne E. Thessen;Kerstin Bach;Jörg Bendix.
Ecological Informatics (2012)
Rainfall distribution in the Andes of southern Ecuador derived from blending weather radar data and meteorological field observations
Rütger Rollenbeck;Jörg Bendix.
Atmospheric Research (2011)
Afforestation or intense pasturing improve the ecological and economic value of abandoned tropical farmlands
Thomas Knoke;Jörg Bendix;Perdita Pohle;Ute Hamer.
Nature Communications (2014)
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