Symposium on Progress in Remote Sensing of Photosynthesis

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Symposium on Progress in Remote Sensing of Photosynthesis

Wednesday 18 May 2022 (Registration closed)

Room Lumen 1, Lumen Building, Wageningen Campus

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In this workshop, we want to provide an overview of current progress in remote sensing systems, methods and modelling approaches to measure and monitor photosynthesis of agricultural and natural ecosystems at different scale levels. We hope this also will provide input for the discussion on the link between remote sensing and crop and plant sciences and the identification of future research priorities.

The workshop takes place after the PhD thesis defense of Na Wang entitled “The potential of UAV-based sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence in understanding crop photosynthesis”.
You are also invited to attend the public defense of her thesis at 11:00 in the Aula.

Programme
Time Subject Name
14:00 Opening Dr. Lammert Kooistra, Wageningen University
14:05 Dynamics in the light reactions seen from remote sensing: the photosynthetic pigments in control Dr. Shari Van Wittenberghe, University of Valencia, Spain
14:30 Assessment of vegetation function through remote observations of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence Dr. Micol Rossini, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy
14:55 Coffee/tea break  
15:20 The Gordian nots and Columbus eggs of solar induced fluorescence Dr. Christiaan van der Tol, University of Twente, Netherlands
15:45 Space-based measurements of solar-induced fluorescence: Stay away from the oxygen! Folkert Boersma, Wageningen University & KNMI, Netherlands
16:10 Discussion, followed by drinks  
 
 
 
 
Fees
  PARTICIPATION FEE
All participants Free of charge
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