Hannes Feilhauer
Hannes Feilhauer
Leipzig University, Remote Sensing Centre for Earth System Research
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Linking Earth Observation and taxonomic, structural and functional biodiversity: Local to ecosystem perspectives
A Lausch, L Bannehr, M Beckmann, C Boehm, H Feilhauer, JM Hacker, ...
Ecological Indicators 70, 317-339, 2016
Mapping plant strategy types using remote sensing
S Schmidtlein, H Feilhauer, H Bruelheide
Journal of Vegetation Science 23 (3), 395-405, 2012
Uncertainty in ecosystem mapping by remote sensing
D Rocchini, GM Foody, H Nagendra, C Ricotta, M Anand, KS He, V Amici, ...
Computers & Geosciences 50, 128-135, 2013
Brightness-normalized partial least squares regression for hyperspectral data
H Feilhauer, GP Asner, RE Martin, S Schmidtlein
Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer 111 (12-13 …, 2010
Multi-method ensemble selection of spectral bands related to leaf biochemistry
H Feilhauer, GP Asner, RE Martin
Remote Sensing of Environment 164, 57-65, 2015
Soil heterogeneity at the field scale: a challenge for precision crop protection
S Patzold, FM Mertens, L Bornemann, B Koleczek, J Franke, H Feilhauer, ...
Precision Agriculture 9 (6), 367-390, 2008
Measuring β‐diversity by remote sensing: A challenge for biodiversity monitoring
D Rocchini, S Luque, N Pettorelli, L Bastin, D Doktor, N Faedi, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (8), 1787-1798, 2018
Robust Change Vector Analysis (RCVA) for multi-sensor very high resolution optical satellite data
F Thonfeld, H Feilhauer, M Braun, G Menz
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 50 …, 2016
Assessing floristic composition with multispectral sensors—A comparison based on monotemporal and multiseasonal field spectra
H Feilhauer, F Thonfeld, U Faude, KS He, D Rocchini, S Schmidtlein
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 21 …, 2013
A brute‐force approach to vegetation classification
S Schmidtlein, L Tichý, H Feilhauer, U Faude
Journal of Vegetation Science 21 (6), 1162-1171, 2010
Combining Isomap ordination and imaging spectroscopy to map continuous floristic gradients in a heterogeneous landscape
H Feilhauer, U Faude, S Schmidtlein
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (10), 2513-2524, 2011
Priority list of biodiversity metrics to observe from space
AK Skidmore, NC Coops, E Neinavaz, A Ali, ME Schaepman, M Paganini, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 5 (7), 896-906, 2021
Mapping continuous fields of forest alpha and beta diversity
H Feilhauer, S Schmidtlein
Applied Vegetation Science 12 (4), 429-439, 2009
Calculating landscape diversity with information-theory based indices: A GRASS GIS solution
D Rocchini, L Delucchi, G Bacaro, P Cavallini, H Feilhauer, GM Foody, ...
Ecological informatics 17, 82-93, 2013
Invasion by the alien tree Prunus serotina alters ecosystem functions in a temperate deciduous forest
R Aerts, M Ewald, M Nicolas, J Piat, S Skowronek, J Lenoir, T Hattab, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 179, 2017
Mapping an invasive bryophyte species using hyperspectral remote sensing data
S Skowronek, M Ewald, M Isermann, R Van De Kerchove, J Lenoir, ...
Biological Invasions 19 (1), 239-254, 2017
Mapping the local variability of Natura 2000 habitats with remote sensing
H Feilhauer, C Dahlke, D Doktor, A Lausch, S Schmidtlein, G Schulz, ...
Applied vegetation science 17 (4), 765-779, 2014
On variable relations between vegetation patterns and canopy reflectance
H Feilhauer, S Schmidtlein
Ecological Informatics 6 (2), 83-92, 2011
Monitoring ecological change during rapid socio-economic and political transitions: Colombian ecosystems in the post-conflict era
CA Sierra, M Mahecha, G Poveda, E Álvarez-Dávila, VH Gutierrez-Velez, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 76, 40-49, 2017
A unified framework to model the potential and realized distributions of invasive species within the invaded range
T Hattab, CX Garzón‐López, M Ewald, S Skowronek, R Aerts, H Horen, ...
Diversity and Distributions 23 (7), 806-819, 2017
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