Professor Heli Lu published one article in the LDD journal

2020-09-19 13:38

Responsible Editor:  Xiayan He

Recently, the Team of Professor Lu Heli of the School of Environment and Planning made important research progress in remote sensing monitoring of forest degradation, and the results were selected as the cover of the journal by Degradation Land and Development (

Professor Lu Heli's research group has long paid attention to remote sensing and forest ecology. Based on the IPCC carbon approved framework, using satellite imagery, meteorological data and human footprint data, the task force established a global climate model of long-term sequence normalization differential vegetation index (NDVI) and developed an improved residual trend analysis-baseline method to monitor and evaluate the degradation distribution of tropical rainforests under the influence of human activities.