About TREES (TRopical Ecosystems and Environmental Sciences lab)
"TREES laboratory is a research group led by Dr Luiz Aragão. The group was created in 2009 when Dr Aragão moved from the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford to the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter in UK. Dr Aragão is now based at the National Institute for Space Research in Brazil, the current headquarters of TREES. The group's expertise is on assessing the impacts of environmental changes on tropical ecosystems using remote sensing and field surveys. TREES members are trained in a multidisciplinary range of techniques and a multitude of instrumentation, technologies and approaches."
Latest Journal Articles
Compoud impact of land use and extreme climate on the 2020 fire record of the Brazilian Pantanal
What is the spatial distribution of canopy palms in Brazilian Amazon?
DETER-R: An Operational Near-Real Time Tropical Forest Disturbance Warning System Based on Sentinel-1 Time Series Analysis