A new paper has been published in Remote Sensing of Environment. The paper deals with model-based biomass estimation in Krycklan from TanDEM-X data using the high-resolution digital terrain model available for the entire Sweden. You can read the paper here.
This week, I received positive news from IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters: my paper has been accepted. The title of the letter is: “Estimation of Boreal Forest Properties from TanDEM-X Data using Inversion of the Interferometric Water Cloud Model” and together with my co-authors Jan Askne and Lars Ulander, we introduce a new method to interferometric water cloud model (IWCM) inversion, apply it to a large stack of TanDEM-X data, and evaluate the estimated model parameters against forest parameters, system setup, and environmental factors. You can read the paper here.
I went to EUSAR 2016 and presented work on forest parameter retrieval and topography mapping from alternating bistatic TanDEM-X data. Unfortunately there is a mistake in the paper that is published in the proceedings (wrong figure was included), but you can find a better version of the paper here.
The conference itself was very good, compact and full of interesting presentation. I’m looking forward to EUSAR 2018!