Remote sensing

Research topics

The employees of the department

Remote sensing is a branch of science and a method in which processes on Earth are monitored using satellites or drones. Together with space technology, the field has developed rapidly and become an important scientific development and entrepreneurship field. Tartu Observatory has working groups for remote sensing of vegetation, atmosphere and water.

Remote sensing of vegetation

Remote sensing of the atmosphere

Water remote sensing

Publications

Tartu Observatory researchers publish numerous publications every year, a list of which can be found in Estonian Research Information System (ETIS).

Go to ETIS

Projects

Remote sensing in Estonia article collections

Remote sensing in Estonia article collections give a compact overview of main topics in the field of remote sensing in the momentum in Estonia in Estonian language.

Article collections

Estonian remote sensing homepage

The page contains information in Estonian about remote sensing and its applications.

Go to kaugseire.ee

Copernicus Service catalogue

Remote sensing seminar "Learning object "Earth radiational balance" and Estonian climate projection from the IPCC Climate Atlas"

Erko Jakobson will make a presentation "Learning object "Earth radiational balance" and Estonian climate projection from the IPCC Climate Atlas".
Tartu Ülikooli peamaja illustratsioon

Doctoral defence: Moorits Mihkel Muru “Modeling the cosmic web with the Bisous method”

Astronomy seminar

Multiple-cluster systems, i.e. superclusters, contain large numbers of galaxies assembled in clusters inter-connected by multi-scale filamentary networks.