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Publications by author Hasenauer:H.
 

Forest structures across Europe

  
Geoscience Data Journal, Vol. 4, No. 1. (June 2017), pp. 17-28, https://doi.org/10.1002/gdj3.45

Abstract

Pan-European gridded datasets derived from a single methodology to inform researchers, policy makers and conservationists on the state of forest structures would improve our ability to study forests independent of political boundaries and along various gradients. Although National Forest Inventory (NFI) data provide information on the characteristics of forests, including carbon content, volume, height, and age, such spatial data is not available across Europe. Before this study, remotely sensed data covering all of Europe had not been utilized to produce multiple ...

 

Simultaneous estimation of daily solar radiation and humidity from observed temperature and precipitation: an application over complex terrain in Austria

  
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Vol. 104, No. 4. (15 September 2000), pp. 255-271, https://doi.org/10.1016/s0168-1923(00)00170-2

Abstract

Using daily observations of temperature, precipitation, radiation, and humidity from 24 stations spanning a large elevation gradient in Austria, we tested several previously defined algorithms for estimating daily radiation and humidity. The estimation algorithms were first tested independently, and then combined, resulting in a combined algorithm for estimating both radiation and humidity that relies only on temperature and precipitation inputs. Mean absolute errors (MAE) for joint radiation and humidity estimates were 2.52 MJ m −2 per day and 85.6 Pa, respectively, close to values ...

 

Spatial downscaling of European climate data

  
Int. J. Climatol., Vol. 36, No. 3. (1 March 2016), pp. 1444-1458, https://doi.org/10.1002/joc.4436

Abstract

E-OBS(European Observations) is a gridded climate data set which contains maximum temperature, minimum temperature, and precipitation on a daily time step. The data can be as fine as 0.25° in resolution and extends over the entire European continent and parts of Africa and Asia. However, for studying regional or local climatic effects, a finer resolution would be more appropriate. A continental data set with resolution would allow research that is large in scale and still locally relevant. Until now, a climate ...

 

Modelling the Growth of Quercus frainetto in Greece

  
In Sustainable Forest Management (2006), pp. 373-395, https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-31304-4_21

Abstract

Coppice forests are degraded, low output forests. They fulfill poorly their environmental, social and productive functions, and conversion into high forests will improve them. Quercus frainetto (Ten.) is the most important oak in Greece, representing 13% of the standing volume. The objective of this chapter is to introduce the new modeling technology in Greece and to adapt the Austrian individual-tree, distance-dependent simulator MOSES for modeling the development of Qu. frainetto. The data for this study came from 25 permanent experimental plots ...

 

Reconciling satellite with ground data to estimate forest productivity at national scales

  
Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 276 (July 2012), pp. 196-208, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2012.03.022

Abstract

Large scale forest productivity estimates are of increasing interest as more demands are made on forest resources. In principle three different methods are currently available: (i) forest growth data from forest research plots and/or forest inventory sampling points based on repeated tree observations, (ii) flux tower observations which record the gas exchange of the plant atmosphere interactions for a given vegetation type, and (iii) remotely sensed data for a continuous cover of net primary productivity estimates. In this paper we focus ...

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