The actual people’s mural is visible well through the window of “Kyiv-Uzhgorod” train: “The Ukrainians, take care of the forest! We will need it more.”) It relates to the war (which we hope finally end), but can be translated also to language of current needs and fillings of locals. Since 2002 we write about usage of IT (RS and GIS) […]Read more ›
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This December CEUBIOM Project developed additional page at the ‘European Biomass Datasets’ Working Area entirely dedicated to Ukraine. It included links to three useful regional map-based resources of 2007-2010 i.e. EEBIO and BINU searchable web-systems with IFS-pages as well as links to BioModel’s web-page GLM-scenarios by 2050. BioModel’s note: read ‘forested Eastern Europe’ instead of ‘forested Western Europe’ at the […]Read more ›
CEUBIOM: Classification of European Biomass Potential for Bioenergy Using Terrestrial and Earth Observations Classification of European Biomass Potential for Bioenergy Using Terrestrial and Earth Observations. CEUBIOM project is funded by the European Commission under the Framework Programme 7 (FP7). More details (pdf), basic and advanced approaches (pdf, 1.5Mb). Forests near Rakhiv (Zakarpattya). Photos by Maria Yurkiv. 2010Read more ›
Students write about… Starushyk N.S. Indicative-index approaches application for forest ecosystems research in the Boyarka Forestry Experimental Station Manufacturing Firm. The Bachelor Research for the Specialty 8.070801-Ecology-and-Nature-Conservation. Kyiv: NULES, 2009.−70 p. (Manuscript, resume)Read more ›
BioModel team reconstructed changes of natural habitats of Wood Grouse – Tetrao urogallus (Linnaeus, 1758) in GLOBIO Ukraine Region (and outskirts). Sources and references TBD. More detailsRead more ›
The post presents reconstruction of Felis sylvestris natural habitat changes in GLOBIO Ukraine Region (and outskirts) during ‘XIX century-2008′ with usage of historica, GIS- and modern RS data http://biomodel.info/?page_id=415Read more ›
The map shows appearance of climatic suitable territories of the species by 2050 (which is actually steppe and potentially can’t be acceptable for Fagus sylvatica survival by other options). http://biomodel.info/?page_id=240. Note. Climatic modelling does not include any other factors. A final map’s reliability will require corrections i.e. usage of other survival options and expert evaluations.Read more ›