Michael Schultz Rasmussen

Department of Geography

University of Copenhagen

Øster Voldgade 10

1350 Copenhagen K

Denmark

Phone: +45 35 32 25 78

Fax: +45 35 32 25 01

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Currently working as an associate professor in remote sensing and physical geography. Previously employed as UNDP expert, independent consultant, research assistant. MSc and PhD from University of Copenhagen in 1989 and 1996 repsectively.

 

Research interestes:

 

Assessment of vegetation parameters from remote sensing data

Time series analysis of bio-physical parameters

Synergy between various types of spatial data using GIS and remote sensing

Environment and natural resources

 

5 publications:

 

Rasmussen,M.S.,  1997, Operational yield forecast using AVHRR NDVI data: reduction of environmental and inter-annual variability.  International Journal of Remote Sensing, 18, 1059-77.

Rasmussen,M.S.,  1998, Developing simple, operational, consistent NDVI - vegetation models by applying environmental and climatic information. Part I. Assessment of Net Primary Production.  International Journal of Remote Sensing, 19, 97-117.

Rasmussen,M.S.,  1998, Developing simple, operational, consistent NDVI - vegetation models by applying environmental and climatic information. Part II. Crop yield assessment.  International Journal of Remote Sensing, 19, 119-39.

Rasmussen,M.S., James,R., Adiyasuren,Ts., Khishigsuren,P., Naranchimeg,B., Gankhuyag,R., Baasanjargal,B.,  1999, Supporting Mongolian pastoralists by using GIS to identify grazing limitations and opportunities from livestock census and remote sensing data.  GeoJournal, 47, 563-71.

Rasmussen,M.S., Breuning-Madsen,H., Balstrøm,T.  1999, Using time series of AVHRR data to study the relationship between vegetation dynamics and eutrophication in Danish fjords. In The 1999 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Data Users' Conference: Copenhagen, 6-10 September 1999,  EUMETSAT)