Ecology, Remote sensing, Habitat, Bark beetle and Ecosystem are his primary areas of study. His Ecology research focuses on Climate change, Forest management, Range, Vegetation and Roe deer. The various areas that Marco Heurich examines in his Vegetation study include Canopy and Physical geography.
His studies examine the connections between Remote sensing and genetics, as well as such issues in Scale, with regards to Resource and Sample. His Bark beetle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Infestation, Outbreak, Disturbance, National park and Forest ecology. His studies deal with areas such as Ecology, Anthropocene and Footprint as well as Ecosystem.
His main research concerns Ecology, Remote sensing, Roe deer, Lidar and Vegetation. His work in Habitat, Eurasian lynx, Range, Predation and Ungulate are all subfields of Ecology research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Temperate forest, Canopy and Forest ecology in addition to Remote sensing.
His Roe deer research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Home range and Wildlife. His work deals with themes such as Point cloud, Tree, Physical geography, Random forest and Tree species, which intersect with Lidar. In his research, Ecosystem is intimately related to Biodiversity, which falls under the overarching field of Remote sensing.
Marco Heurich mainly focuses on Ecology, Remote sensing, Vegetation, Habitat and Roe deer. His is doing research in Trophic level, Disturbance, Predation, Ungulate and Climate change, both of which are found in Ecology. His research in Remote sensing intersects with topics in Mean squared error, Canopy and Leaf area index.
His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Temperate forest, Biological dispersal and Partial least squares regression. His Habitat study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cartography and Transect. Marco Heurich interconnects Eurasian lynx, Wildlife, Camera trap and Home range in the investigation of issues within Roe deer.
Marco Heurich focuses on Remote sensing, Habitat, Ecology, Vegetation and Ungulate. Marco Heurich has researched Remote sensing in several fields, including Mean squared error, Random forest and Leaf area index. His Habitat study deals with Cartography intersecting with Mammal, Space use and Temporal scales.
His study in Predation, Roe deer and Capreolus is carried out as part of his Ecology studies. His Vegetation research integrates issues from Canopy and Deciduous. Marco Heurich combines subjects such as Resource, Foraging and Phenology with his study of Ungulate.
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Moving in the Anthropocene : global reductions in terrestrial mammalian movements
Tree species classification and estimation of stem volume and DBH based on single tree extraction by exploiting airborne full-waveform LiDAR data
Remote Sensing of Environment (2012)
Partial migration in roe deer: migratory and resident tactics are end points of a behavioural gradient determined by ecological factors
Linking the Remote Sensing of Geodiversity and Traits Relevant to Biodiversity—Part II: Geomorphology, Terrain and Surfaces
Angela Lausch;Angela Lausch;Michael E. Schaepman;Andrew K. Skidmore;Sina C. Truckenbrodt.
Classification of Tree Species as Well as Standing Dead Trees Using Triple Wavelength ALS in a Temperate Forest
Remote Sensing (2019)
Seasonality, weather and climate affect home range size in roe deer across a wide latitudinal gradient within Europe
Journal of Animal Ecology (2013)
Small beetle, large‐scale drivers: how regional and landscape factors affect outbreaks of the European spruce bark beetle
Journal of Applied Ecology (2016)
Automatic recognition and measurement of single trees based on data from airborne laser scanning over the richly structured natural forests of the Bavarian Forest National Park
Forest Ecology and Management (2008)
Linking earth observation and taxonomic, structural and functional biodiversity: local to ecosystem perspectives
Angela Lausch;L Bannehr;Michael Beckmann;Christoph Boehm.
Ecological Indicators (2016)
Factors affecting the spatio-temporal dispersion of Ips typographus (L.) in Bavarian Forest National Park: A long-term quantitative landscape-level analysis
Angela Lausch;Lorenz Fahse;Marco Heurich.
Forest Ecology and Management (2011)
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