Coordination: Andrea K. Kern, Mathias
Harzhauser, Dimiter Ivanov
This working group aims to describe changes over time by using
high-resolution methologies. As these require a high amount of samples,
statistical techniques and geoscience-adapted software is useful to
analyze the measured/counted data. A further main interest lies on the
interaction of high-pace vegetation-climate change as well as the
connection to cyclicities (Milankovitch cycles, solar cycles, etc.).
Reports of this working group available
At the moment, there is no upcoming workshop planned.
If you are interested to attend a workshop and/or learn about
high-resolution analysis techniques, statistical data processing or
analysis of cyclicities, feel free to contact the coordinators.
First workshop was held in April, 11th
to 13th, 2011, in Vienna, organized by the Natural
History Museum of Vienna and the University of Vienna.
Martin H. Trauth gave an introduction into the program MATLAB
on time-series analysis, signal progressing and image
processing. This workshop was supposed to collect a wider knowledge
about statistical programs commonly used in geosciences.