Harald ZandlerDr.

Harald Zandler

Postdoc
Klimatologie

Telefon: +49 (0)921 / 55-4655
Raum: Zapf 4, 4.2.22
e-Mail: harald.zandler(at)uni-bayreuth.de


Abteilung Klimatologie

Forschungsthemen:

  • Ökologische und klimatologische Fernerkundung
  • Monitoring natürlicher Ressourcen
  • Fernerkundungsbasierte Modellierung von Pflanzenbiomasse und Solarstrahlung
  • Regionaler Fokus: Hochgebirge und Trockengebiete Zentralasiens

 



Ausgewählte Publikationen

Peer reviewed

2019

Zandler, H., Haag, I., Samimi, C.: Evaluation needs and temporal performance differences of gridded precipitation products in peripheral mountain regions. Scientific Reports, 9 (2019).
doi:10.1038/s41598-019-51666-z

2017

Zandler, H., Morche, T., Samimi, C.: Wind and solar power as possible energy alternatives in peripheral high mountains? : Insights from the Eastern Pamirs of Tajikistan. Sustainable Development of Mountain Territories, 9(4), 343-354 (2017).
doi:10.21177/1998-4502-2017-9-4-343-354

2016

Schumacher, P., Mislimshoeva, B., Brenning, A., Zandler, H., Brandt, M., Samimi, C., Koellner, T.: Do Red Edge and Texture Attributes from High-Resolution Satellite Data Improve Wood Volume Estimation in a Semi-Arid Mountainous Region?. Remote Sensing, 8(7) (2016).
doi:10.3390/rs8070540

Zandler, H., Mislimshoeva, B., Samimi, C.: Scenarios of Solar Energy Use on the “Roof of the World” : Potentials and Environmental Benefits. Mountain Research and Development, 36(3), 256-266 (2016).
doi:10.1659/MRD-JOURNAL-D-15-00077.1

2015

Zandler, H., Samimi, C., Brenning, A.: Potential of Space-Borne Hyperspectral Data for Biomass Quantification in an Arid Environment : Advantages and Limitations. Remote Sensing, 7(4), 4565-4580 (2015).
doi:10.3390/rs70404565

Zandler, H., Samimi, C., Brenning, A.: Quantifying dwarf shrub biomass in an arid environment : comparing empirical methods in a high dimensional setting. Remote Sensing of Environment, 158, 140-155 (2015).
doi:10.1016/j.rse.2014.11.007

Hohberg, G., Kreczi, F., Zandler, H.: High mountain societies and limited local resources : livelihoods and energy utilization in the Eastern Pamirs, Tajikistan. Erdkunde, 69(3), 233-246 (2015).
doi:10.3112/erdkunde.2015.03.03

Books and Book sections

2018

Vanselow, K., Zandler, H., Samimi, C.: Methods of Assessing Vegetation Dynamics and Pasture Potentials in High Mountain Regions. In: Viktor G. Sychev, Lothar Mueller (eds.): Novel Methods and Results of Landscape Research in Europe, Central Asia and Siberia. Vol. III. Landscape Monitoring and Modelling. - Moscow : 2018. - 209-213.
doi:10.25680/1490.2018.71.71.003

Other publications

2015

Zandler, H.: Assessment of Woody Biomass and Solar Energy Resources with Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques : A Regional Study in the High Mountains of the Eastern Pamirs (Tajikistan). - Bayreuth: 2015. - XVIII, 131 p.
(Thesis, 2015, Universität Bayreuth, Fakultät für Biologie, Chemie und Geowissenschaften)

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