Forest Health under Climate Change
Learning Outcomes & Core Skills
This course trains students in understanding and applying methods to survey and interpret data on forest health in and beyond Central Europe. It provides insights into current state of knowledge on processes and interactions driving biotic and abiotic disturbances, current extends and consequences. Scientific methods to be explored cover the range from tree-based measurements to remote sensing and process-based models.
Attendance time: 56 h
Self-study-time: 124 h
Person responsible for module: Prof. Dr. Henrik Hartmann
Course Frequency: each winter semester
Duration: 1 semester