Dans le cadre du Séminaire de recherche « Marges, environnement, paysages »
Under the influence of a multitude of powerful driving forces like human population growth and climate warming, landscapes are currently changing at unprecedented rates. This is particularly true for Alpine regions, where landscape typologies naturally occur in tight succession along the elevation gradient. Even though predicting these trends is increasingly difficult, having robust and data-driven models of landscape evolution is increasingly needed for managing increasingly severe land-use conflicts. I will present how advances in machine learning and remote sensing can be used to this end and share some modelling results for the Swiss Alps.
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