Listen to Episode TWO ofThe high-flyers” – the official podcast of the WINMOL project.

In the second episode, Nicole Albert and Stefan Reder take a closer look at how remote sensing methods allow us to efficiently detect and assess storm damage in the forest. We discuss the methods we have explored using data from sensors on board satellites and drones and show how these technologies can make a valuable contribution to forest management and the restoration of affected areas.

In three episodes “Die Überflieger” presents findings and research results on the topic of storm damage in forests. With the help of drones and satellite data, they analyse affected forest areas from a bird’s eye view. The challenges and opportunities are discussed and the significance of the findings for the management of forest stands and for forest protection are highlighted.

Whether you are a forest manager, forest lover or simply curious, this podcast offers you exciting insights into the world of forest ecology and remote sensing.

WINMOL Podcast Episode 2

The podcast is in German only.

The podcast was produced as part of the project “WINMOL – Recording and forecasting storm damage in forests”.
Nicole Albert and Stefan Reder would like to thank the project sponsors, the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture and the Agency for Renewable Resources as well as the Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development and our partner, the Johann Heinrich von Thünen Institute of Forest Ecosystems.