Warsaw University of Life Sciences

The Warsaw University of Life Sciences is the oldest agricultural academic school in Poland and the fourth oldest in Europe. Its origins date back to 1816 and the creation of the Institute of Agronomy in Marymont. Over the years, the institute went through a number of transformations, which lead to the establishment of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences in 1919.

A modern environmental university, WULS is the highest ranking agricultural university and one of the leading high education establishments in Poland. Currently, it consists of 13 faculties and 37 fields of study. With 25 thousand students enrolled, the university employs 1.2 thousand academic teachers.

In the project HabitARS, the team from WULS will be in charge of coordinating WP4, coordinating and conducting the remote sensing field measurements in 17 research areas, conducting meteorological measurements and computations, analyzing and interpreting the results, processing and analyzing hyperspectral data and classification.

The HabitARS project management at the Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Warsaw University of Life Sciences:

  1. Coordination of WP4: dr hab. Jarosław Chormański,
  2. Administration: mgr inż Magdalena Jarecka.




Projekt "Innowacyjne podejście wspierające monitoring nieleśnych siedlisk przyrodniczych Natura z wykorzystaniem metod teledetekcyjnych", współfinansowany ze środków Narodowego Centrum Badań i Rozwoju, w ramach programu "Środowisko naturalne, rolnictwo i leśnictwo" BIOSTRATEG/Konkurs II.