Natura 2000 LIDAR mapping study receives Young Environmental Scientist Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Dr. András Zlinszky received the Young Environmental Scientist Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, which is awarded once a year to 3 outstanding contributions to the field of environmental research by researchers younger than 35 years. The publication honored by the prize was a result of the ChangeHabitats2 Marie Curie IAPP project and largely carried out during recruitments and secondments of the authors to GEO.

Zlinszky, A.; Deák, B.; Kania, A.; Schroiff, A.; Pfeifer, N. Mapping Natura 2000 Habitat Conservation Status in a Pannonic Salt Steppe with Airborne Laser Scanning. Remote Sens. 2015, 7, 2991-3019

13.06.2016
Category: Photogrammetry

András Zlinszky (on the right) receives the Young Environmental Scientist Award of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences