Mathias Bochow
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Coastal accumulation of microplastic particles emitted from the Po River, Northern Italy: comparing remote sensing and hydrodynamic modelling with in situ sample collections
EC Atwood, FM Falcieri, S Piehl, M Bochow, M Matthies, J Franke, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 138, 561-574, 2019
Multi-temporal surveys for microplastic particles enabled by a novel and fast application of SWIR imaging spectroscopy–Study of an urban watercourse traversing the city of …
LK Schmidt, M Bochow, HK Imhof, SE Oswald
Environmental pollution 239, 579-589, 2018
Measuring marine plastic debris from space: Initial assessment of observation requirements
V Martínez-Vicente, JR Clark, P Corradi, S Aliani, M Arias, M Bochow, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (20), 2443, 2019
Reduction of radiometric miscalibration—Applications to pushbroom sensors
C Rogaß, D Spengler, M Bochow, K Segl, A Lausch, D Doktor, ...
Sensors 11 (6), 6370-6395, 2011
Automated GIS-based derivation of urban ecological indicators using hyperspectral remote sensing and height information
R Behling, M Bochow, S Foerster, S Roessner, H Kaufmann
Ecological Indicators 48, 218-234, 2015
Flood damage modeling on the basis of urban structure mapping using high-resolution remote sensing data
T Gerl, M Bochow, H Kreibich
Water 6 (8), 2367-2393, 2014
Abundance and distribution of large microplastics (1–5 mm) within beach sediments at the Po River Delta, northeast Italy
S Piehl, V Mitterwallner, EC Atwood, M Bochow, C Laforsch
Marine pollution bulletin 149, 110515, 2019
Flood loss estimation using 3D city models and remote sensing data
K Schröter, S Lüdtke, R Redweik, J Meier, M Bochow, L Ross, C Nagel, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 105, 118-131, 2018
Potential of hyperspectral remote sensing for analyzing the urban environment
S Roessner, K Segl, M Bochow, U Heiden, W Heldens, H Kaufmann
Wiley-Blackwell, 2011
An automated and adaptable approach for characterizing and partitioning cities into urban structure types
M Bochow, H Taubenböck, K Segl, H Kaufmann
2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 1796-1799, 2010
Science plan of the environmental mapping and analysis program (EnMAP)
H Kaufmann, S Förster, H Wulf, K Segl, L Guanter, M Bochow, U Heiden, ...
GFZ Data Services, 2012
On the use of airborne imaging spectroscopy data for the automatic detection and delineation of surface water bodies
M Bochow, B Heim, T Küster, C Rogaß, I Bartsch, K Segl, S Reigber, ...
Remote sensing of planet earth, 1-22, 2012
Automatisierungspotenzial von Stadtbiotopkartierungen durch Methoden der Fernerkundung
M Bochow
Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH, 2010
Segmentbasierte Fusion geometrisch hoch aufgelöster und hyperspektraler Daten zur Verbesserung der Klassifikationsgüte am Beispiel einer urbanen Szene
A Greiwe, M Bochow, M Ehlers
Photogrammetrie-Fernerkundung-Geoinformation (PFG) 6, 485-494, 2004
Automating the build-up process of feature-based fuzzy logic models for the identification of urban biotopes from hyperspectral remote sensing data
M Bochow, K Segl, H Kaufmann
2007 Urban Remote Sensing Joint Event, 1-8, 2007
EnMAP science plan
L Guanter, H Kaufmann, S Förster, A Brosinsky, H Wulf, M Bochow, ...
GFZ Data Services, 2016
Automatic detection and delineation of surface water bodies in airborne hyperspectral data
M Bochow, B Heim, T Küster, C Rogaß, I Bartsch, K Segl, H Kaufmann
2012 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 5226-5229, 2012
An update system for urban biotope maps based on hyperspectral remote sensing data
M Bochow, K Segl, H Kaufmann
Proceedings 5th EARSeL Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy. Bruges, Belgium, 2007
Automatic shadow detection in hyperspectral VIS-NIR images
M Bochow, C Rogaß, T Peisker, B Heim, I Bartsch, K Segl, H Kaufmann
Proceedings of the 7th EARSeL Workshop of the Special Interest Group in …, 2011
Towards an Automated Update ofUrban Biotope Maps UsingRemote Sensing Data: What is Possible?
M Bochow, T Peisker, S Roessner, K Segl, H Kaufmann
Urban biodiversity and design, 255, 2010
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