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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - IRI THESys

Philippe Rufin

Doctoral Researcher
Exploring the social-ecological costs and benefits of large dams and reservoirs

 

  • Social-ecological costs of dam and reservoir construction
  • Impacts of human ecosystem alterations and resulting land-use / land-cover dynamics
  • Analyses of remotely sensed data aiming to observe transforming land systems

 

Truly interdisciplinary research is a challenging task. IRI THESys is the right platform to strengthen the bonds of manifold disciplines and to communicate the importance of social-ecological research. I´m excited and grateful having the chance to participate!” Philippe Rufin

Philippe Rufin was Research Associate at IR THESys. In 2014, he graduated in Physical Geography of Human Environment Systems at Humboldt University. Besides his studies he worked several years as student collaborator within the CarBioCial project, aiming at the development of sustainable land management strategies in the Brazilian Amazon region. Throughout his studies, he aimed at the development and application of remote sensing methods to monitor human-induced alterations of land systems.

Since May 2014, Philippe contributed to the ongoing research at IRI THESys through the implementation of analysis frameworks for remote sensing imagery and additional spatial information.

 

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Selected publications

Rufin, P.; Müller, H.; Pflugmacher, D.; Hostert, P. (2015): Land use intensity trajectories on Amazonian pastures derived from Landsat time series. In: International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 41, S. 1–10. DOI: 10.1016/j.jag.2015.04.010.

Müller, H.; Rufin, P.; Hostert, P. (2014):Characterizing pasture dynamics in the Brazilian Amazon using the full depth of Landsat archive (1984-2012). Conference talk at the GLP Open Science Conference, Berlin, Germany.

Hostert, P.; Gollnow, F.; Hissa, L.; Lakes, T.; Müller, H.; Rufin P.; Siqueira, A. (2013): Remote Sensing based Characterization of Southern-Amazonian Land Use / Land Cover. Conference talk at the CarBioCial Status Conference, Cuiabá, Brazil.

Müller, H.; Rufin, P.; Hostert, P. (2013): Land change in the Amazon: A Remote Sensing Perspective along the BR-163. Conference talk at the CarBioCial Workshop on Carbon and Biodiversity,Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany.

Senf, C.; Rufin, P.; Tagay, S.; Lakes, T.; Senf, W. (2011): Medizinische Versorgungsforschung im Essener Stadtraum aus einer räumlichen Perspektive. In: Strobl, J., Blaschke, T. and Griesbner, G. (Eds.): Angewandte Geoinformatik 2011, Beiträge zum 23. Agit Symposium Salzburg (p. 312-320), Wiechmann Verlag, Berlin, Germany.