Laboratory of Remote Sensing and Environmental Modelling
kierownik zespołu:
Przemysław Żelazowski


O laboratorium

The lab studies environment through analyses of satellite data and their integration with models of biological, physical and chemical processes. Our interests concern various spatial scales: from the whole Earth system to individual agricultural fields.
Currently we are working on these projects:

  • The extent of eastern Andean tree line over the last 30 years - a global analysis in the context of Amazonia's climate adaptation. 2015 – 2018, NCN (Sonata)
  • LandCor – software for atmospheric correction of optical satellite data (Landsat / Sentinel 2)
  • A global set of local climate change characteristics based on database of Global Circulation Models’ runs, CMIP5 – a pattern-scaling dataset for the weather and climate simulator IMOGEN (Integrated Model Of Global Effects of climatic aNomalies)
  • Satellite data analysis in support of evolutionary biology research (in collaboration with the Wild Urban Evolution and Ecology Lab)
  • Technical support for the SatAgro project (an Internet service for an ongoing satellite monitoring of individual agricultural fields)
Współpraca krajowa:
Współpraca zagraniczna:
  • Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, UK
  • Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Wallingford, UK
  • Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, Rome, Italy


Friday, April 15, 2016 - 09:29
CeNT’s employees, Przemyslaw Żelazowski and Krzysztof Stopa, created the SatAgro application which delivers satellite images into individual...