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M. Sc. Alexander Marx

Lupe

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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Raum: EB 203a

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2021
Scientific assistant at TU Berlin

Project: First2.0, Produktentwicklung zur skalenübergreifenden kontinuierlichen Vitalitäts- und Waldschadensanalyse mittels multisensoraler Fernerkundungsdaten und künstlicher Intelligenz.
2018 - present  
Freelancer / Entrepreneur / Founder at EOGREEN ANALYTICS Most recent projects:
  • 2019/2020: WWF Deforestation Fronts 2.0: Deforestation drivers analysis (Borneo, Cambodia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Brazilian Amazon); link: final_report
  • 2020: Forest Enterprise of the German Federal State of Brandenburg: Forest Health Monitoring (defoliators, drought stress)
 
2007 - 2018  
Remote Sensing Specialist (Applied remote sensing of forests) Planet Labs Germany GmbH (formerly BlackBridge AG, formerly RapidEye AG)
  • Research for Applications/application development
  • Technical sales engineer
  • Implementation of EU-Funded projects (e.g., EUFODOS: European Forestry Downstream Services)
 
2006 - 2007  
Scientific Assistant, Leibniz-Centre for Research in Agriculture (ZALF) e. V. Project: Modelling the carbon budget of selected German forest intensive monitoring test sites using the simulation model BIOME-BGC.
2006
Scientific Assistant, Cantonal office for fisheries and hunting, Zug (Switzerland)
  • survey and analysis of fish biological data (brown trout)
  • preparation of a manual: "Analysis of fish biological data with MS Excel“; Adaption and publication by the Federal Bureau of Environment, Switzerland (BAFU)
 
2002 – 2006  
M.Sc. Forest Information Technology University of Sustainable Development (HNEE), Eberswalde, Germany
1998 – 2002  
B.Sc. International Forest Ecosystem Management University of Sustainable Development (HNEE), Eberswalde, Germany
1972
born in Königs Wusterhausen (near Berlin), Germany

 

Publications:

Marx, A., Kleinschmit, B. (2017): Sensitivity analysis of RapidEye spectral bands and derived vegetation indices for insect defoliation detection in pure Scots pine stands. iForest – Biogeosciences and Forestry.

Marx, A., Tetteh GO (2016): A Forest Vitality and Change Monitoring tool based on RapidEye imagery. IEEE geoscience and remote sensing letters.

Marx, A., Möller, K., Wenk, M. (2015): RapidEye-Waldschutzmonitoring in Brandenburg. AFZ-Der Wald 7/2015:42-45.

Marx, A., Sagischewski, H., Sossna, I., Chmara, S. (2010): Erkennung von Borkenkäferbefall in Fichtenbeständen mit multi-temporalen Rapideye Satellitenbildern. Forst & Holz 65. Heft 6: pp:36-40.

Majunke, C., Zawila-Niedzwiecki, T., Marx, A. (2008): Nutzung von hochauflösenden Satellitenbildern zur Überwachung und Analyse des Befalls von Kiefernbeständen durch nadelfressende Insekten. Archiv für Forstwesen und Landschaftsökologie. Bd. 42. S. 70-74

Jochheim, H., Puhlmann, M., Marx, A. (2006): Modelling the carbon budget of selected German forestal intensive monitoring test sites using the simulation model BIOME-BGC. - In: Symposium Forest in a Changing Environment : Results of 20 years ICP Forests Monitoring, Göttingen, Germany, October 25-28, 2006 ; Proceedings: 32; Göttingen ( Nordwestdeutsche Forstliche Versuchsanstalt ).

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