His primary scientific interests are in Vegetation, Agroforestry, Woody plant, Remote sensing and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. His Vegetation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Biodiversity and Carbon loss. His research investigates the connection between Biodiversity and topics such as Abundance that intersect with issues in Climate change, Ecosystem and Biomass.
His Agroforestry research incorporates themes from Cropping and Woody cover. His Woody plant research focuses on subjects like Growing season, which are linked to Canopy, Phenology and Dry season. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Land degradation and Remote sensing.
Martin Brandt mainly investigates Vegetation, Ecosystem, Agroforestry, Remote sensing and Physical geography. His Vegetation research includes themes of Biomass, Woody plant, Land cover, Plateau and Woodland. His Ecosystem research integrates issues from Climate change and Nutrient.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Remote sensing, Woody cover, Desertification and Land use. His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Seasonality, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Phenology. Martin Brandt interconnects Greening, Karst and Spatial ecology in the investigation of issues within Physical geography.
His primary areas of investigation include Climate change, Ecosystem, Agroforestry, Physical geography and Vegetation. In the field of Ecosystem, his study on Biome and Carbon cycle overlaps with subjects such as Atmospheric sciences. His research investigates the link between Agroforestry and topics such as Carbon sequestration that cross with problems in Land management, Climate change mitigation and Forest management.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Spatial ecology, Phenology, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Greening in addition to Physical geography. His studies in Normalized Difference Vegetation Index integrate themes in fields like Dry season, Primary production, Eddy covariance and Woody plant. His research links Desertification with Vegetation.
Martin Brandt mostly deals with Ecosystem, Atmospheric sciences, Carbon sink, Carbon sequestration and Climate change. His work deals with themes such as Tropical forest, Spatial distribution, Greenhouse gas and Aboveground carbon, which intersect with Ecosystem. His studies examine the connections between Carbon sink and genetics, as well as such issues in Forest management, with regards to Agriculture and Land use.
As a member of one scientific family, Martin Brandt mostly works in the field of Climate change, focusing on Canopy and, on occasion, Biodiversity and Arid. His research in Biodiversity tackles topics such as Restoration ecology which are related to areas like Agroforestry. While the research belongs to areas of Boreal, Martin Brandt spends his time largely on the problem of Land cover, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Remote sensing, Physical geography, Agricultural land, Spatial ecology and Soil fertility.
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Increased vegetation growth and carbon stock in China karst via ecological engineering
Xiaowei Tong;Martin Brandt;Yuemin Yue;Stephanie Horion.
Nature Sustainability; 1(1), pp 44-50 (2018) (2018)
Remote sensing of vegetation dynamics in drylands: Evaluating vegetation optical depth (VOD) using AVHRR NDVI and in situ green biomass data over West African Sahel
Feng Tian;Feng Tian;Martin Brandt;Yi Y. Liu;Aleixandre Verger.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2016)
Quantifying the effectiveness of ecological restoration projects on long-term vegetation dynamics in the karst regions of Southwest China
Xiaowei Tong;Kelin Wang;Yuemin Yue;Martin Stefan Brandt.
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation (2017)
Satellite passive microwaves reveal recent climate-induced carbon losses in African drylands.
Martin Brandt;Jean-Pierre Wigneron;Jérôme Chave;Torbern Tagesson.
Nature Ecology and Evolution (2018)
Forest management in southern China generates short term extensive carbon sequestration
Xiaowei Tong;Xiaowei Tong;Martin Brandt;Yuemin Yue;Philippe Ciais.
Nature Communications (2020)
Human population growth offsets climate-driven increase in woody vegetation in sub-Saharan Africa
Martin Brandt;Kjeld Rasmussen;Josep Peñuelas;Feng Tian.
Nature Ecology and Evolution (2017)
Ground- and satellite-based evidence of the biophysical mechanisms behind the greening Sahel
Martin Brandt;Cheikh Mbow;Abdoul Aziz Diouf;Aleixandre Verger.
Global Change Biology (2015)
An unexpectedly large count of trees in the West African Sahara and Sahel
Martin Brandt;Compton J. Tucker;Ankit Kariryaa;Kjeld Rasmussen.
Satellite-observed pantropical carbon dynamics
Lei Fan;Lei Fan;Jean-Pierre Wigneron;Philippe Ciais;Jérôme Chave.
Nature plants (2019)
Woody plant cover estimation in drylands from Earth Observation based seasonal metrics
Martin Brandt;Pierre Hiernaux;Torbern Tagesson;Aleixandre Verger.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2016)
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