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  1. Philipp Kaiser, Henning Buddenbaum, Sascha Nink, and Joachim Hill (2022): Potential of Sentinel-1 Data for Spatially and Temporally High-Resolution Detection of Drought Affected Forest Stands. Forests., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Mohamed Shibia, Achim Röder, Francesco Fava, Marion Stellmes, and Joachim Hill (2022): Integrating satellite images and topographic data for mapping seasonal grazing management units in pastoral landscapes of eastern Africa. Journal of Arid Environments, 197, 104661.


  1. Jane Meiforth, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, and James Shepherd (2020): Monitoring of Canopy Stress Symptoms in New Zealand Kauri Trees Analysed with AISA Hyperspectral Data. Remote Sensing, 12(6), 926., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Jane Meiforth, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, James Shepherd, and John Dymond (2020): Stress Detection in New Zealand Kauri Canopies with WorldView-2 Satellite and LiDAR Data. Remote Sensing, 12(12), 1906., Open Access ✔️.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Michael S. Watt, Rebecca Scholten, and Joachim Hill (2019): Preprocessing Ground-Based Visible/Near Infrared Imaging Spectroscopy Data Affected by Smile Effects. Sensors, 19(7), 1543., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Joachim Hill, Henning Buddenbaum, and Philip Townsend (2019): Imaging Spectroscopy of Forest Ecosystems: Perspectives for the Use of Space-borne Hyperspectral Earth Observation Systems. Surveys in Geophysics.

  3. Jane Meiforth, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, James Shepherd, and David Norton (2019): Detection of New Zealand Kauri Trees with AISA Aerial Hyperspectral Data for Use in Multispectral Monitoring. Remote Sensing., Open Access ✔️.

  4. Sascha Nink, Joachim Hill, Johannes Stoffels, Henning Buddenbaum, David Frantz, and Joachim Langshausen (2019): Using Landsat and Sentinel-2 Data for the Generation of Continuously Updated Forest Type Information Layers in a Cross-Border Region. Remote Sensing., Open Access ✔️.

  5. Rebecca Scholten, Joachim Hill, Willy Werner, Henning Buddenbaum, Jonathan Dash, Mireia Gomez-Gallego, Carol Rolando, Grant Pearse, Robin Hartley, Honey Jane Estarija, and Michael S. Watt (2019): Hyperspectral VNIR-spectroscopy and imagery as a tool for monitoring herbicide damage in wilding conifers. Biological invasions, 21(11), 3395–3413., Open Access ✔️.


  1. David Frantz, Erik Haß, Andreas Uhl, Johannes Stoffels, and Joachim Hill (2018): Improvement of the Fmask algorithm for Sentinel-2 images: Separating clouds from bright surfaces based on parallax effects. Remote Sensing of Environment, 215, 471–481., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Jan Pisek, Henning Buddenbaum, Fernando Camacho, Joachim Hill, Jennifer Jensen, Holger Lange, Zhili Liu, Arndt Piayda, Yonghua Qu, Olivier Roupsard, Shawn Serbin, Svein Solberg, Oliver Sonnentag, Anne Thimonier, and Francesco Vuolo (2018): Data synergy between leaf area index and clumping index Earth Observation products using photon recollision probability theory. Remote Sensing of Environment, 215, 1–6., Open Access ✔️.

  3. Achim Röder, Marion Stellmes, David Frantz, and Joachim Hill. Remote sensing-based environmental assessment and monitoring – generation of operational baseline and enhanced experimental products in southern Africa. In R. Revermann, K. M. Krewenka, U. Schmiedel, J. M. Olwoch, J. Helmschrot, and N. Jürgens, editors, Biodiversity & Ecology 6 - Climate change and adaptive landmanagement in southern Africa - assessments, changes, challenges, and solutions, Biodiversity & Ecology, pages 344–354. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, 2018., Open Access ✔️.


  1. David Frantz, Achim Röder, Marion Stellmes, and Joachim Hill (2017): Phenology-adaptive pixel-based compositing using optical earth observation imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 190, 331–347., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Erik Haß, David Frantz, Sebastian Mader, and Joachim Hill (2017): Global Analysis of the Differences Between the MODIS Vegetation Index Compositing Date and the Actual Acquisition Date. IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, 14(6), 866–870.

  3. Emilio Rodríguez-Caballero, Paula Escribano, Claas Olehowski, Sonia Chamizo, Joachim Hill, Y. Cantón, and Bettina Weber (2017): Transferability of multi- and hyperspectral optical biocrust indices. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 126, 94–107.

  4. Emilio Rodríguez-Caballero, Max Paul, Alexandra Tamm, Jennifer Caesar, Burkhard Büdel, Paula Escribano, Joachim Hill, and Bettina Weber (2017): Biomass assessment of microbial surface communities by means of hyperspectral remote sensing data. Science of The Total Environment, 586, 1287–1297.

  5. Anne Schneibel, David Frantz, Achim Röder, Marion Stellmes, Kim Fischer, and Joachim Hill (2017): Using Annual Landsat Time Series for the Detection of Dry Forest Degradation Processes in South-Central Angola. Remote Sensing, 9, 905–919., Open Access ✔️.

  6. Anne Schneibel, Marion Stellmes, Achim Röder, David Frantz, Benjamin Kowalski, Erik Haß, and Joachim Hill (2017): Assessment of spatio-temporal changes of smallholder cultivation patterns in the Angolan Miombo belt using segmentation of Landsat time series. Remote Sensing of Environment, 195, 118–129., Open Access ✔️.

  7. Julian Wagner, Ralf Münnich, Joachim Hill, Johannes Stoffels, and Thomas Udelhoven (2017): Non-parametric small area models using shape-constrained penalized B-splines. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society), 4(180), 1089–1109., Open Access ✔️.


  1. David Frantz, Achim Röder, Marion Stellmes, and Joachim Hill (2016): An Operational Radiometric Landsat Preprocessing Framework for Large-Area Time Series Applications. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54(7), 3928–3943., Open Access ✔️.

  2. David Frantz, Marion Stellmes, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill (2016): Fire spread from MODIS burned area data: obtaining fire dynamics information for every single fire. Journal of the International Association of Wildland Fire, 25(12), 1228–1237., Open Access ✔️.

  3. David Frantz, Marion Stellmes, Achim Röder, Thomas Udelhoven, Sebastian Mader, and Joachim Hill (2016): Improving the Spatial Resolution of Land Surface Phenology by Fusing Medium- and Coarse-Resolution Inputs. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54(7), 4153–4164., Open Access ✔️.

  4. Ralf Münnich, Julian Wagner, Joachim Hill, Johannes Stoffels, Henning Buddenbaum, and Thomas Udelhoven (2016): Schätzung von Holzvorräten unter Verwendung von Fernerkundungsdaten. AStA Wirtschafts-und Sozialstatistisches Archiv, 10(2), 95–112.

  5. Said Nawar, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, Jacek Kozak, and Abdul Mouazen (2016): Estimating the soil clay content and organic matter by means of different calibration methods of vis-NIR diffuse reflectance spectroscopy. Soil and Tillage Research, 155, 510–522.

  6. Anne Schneibel, Marion Stellmes, Achim Röder, Manfred Finckh, Rasmus Revermann, David Frantz, and Joachim Hill (2016): Evaluating the Trade-Off Between Food and Timber Resulting from the Conversion of Miombo Forests to Agricultural Land in Angola Using Multi-Temporal Landsat Data. Science of The Total Environment, 548–549, 390–401.

  7. Marion Stellmes, Ruth Sonnenschein, Achim Röder, Thomas Udelhoven, Stefan Sommer, and Joachim Hill Land Degradation Assessment and Monitoring of Drylands. Volume III. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL 33487 (USA), 2016. ISBN 9781482217919.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Joseph Hientgen, Sandra Dotzler, Willy Werner, and Joachim Hill (2015): A BiomeBGC-based Evaluation of Dryness Stress of Central European Forests. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, XL-7/W3, 345–351., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Henning Buddenbaum and Joachim Hill (2015): PROSPECT Inversions of Leaf Laboratory Imaging Spectroscopy - a Comparison of Spectral Range and Inversion Technique Influences. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2015(3), 231–240., Open Access ✔️.

  3. Henning Buddenbaum, Gilles Rock, Joachim Hill, and Willy Werner (2015): Measuring Stress Reactions of Beech Seedlings with PRI, Fluorescence, Temperatures and Emissivity from VNIR and Thermal Field Imaging Spectroscopy. European Journal of Remote Sensing, 48, 263–282., Open Access ✔️.

  4. Henning Buddenbaum, Oksana Stern, Barbara Paschmionka, Erik Hass, Thomas Gattung, Johannes Stoffels, Joachim Hill, and Willy Werner (2015): Using VNIR and SWIR Field Imaging Spectroscopy for Drought Stress Monitoring of Beech Seedlings. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36(18), 4590–4605.

  5. Sandra Dotzler, Joachim Hill, Henning Buddenbaum, and Johannes Stoffels (2015): The potential of EnMAP and Sentinel-2 data for detecting drought stress phenomena in deciduous forest communities. Remote Sensing, 7(10), 14227–14258., Open Access ✔️.

  6. David Frantz, Achim Röder, Marion Stellmes, and Joachim Hill (2015): On the Derivation of a Spatially Distributed Aerosol Climatology for its Incorporation in a Radiometric Landsat Preprocessing Framework. Remote Sensing Letters, 6(8), 647–656., Open Access ✔️.

  7. Luis Guanter, Hermann Kaufmann, Karl Segl, Saskia Foerster, Christian Rogass, Sabine Chabrillat, Theres Kuester, André Hollstein, Godela Rossner, Christian Chlebek, Christoph Straif, Sebastian Fischer, Stefanie Schrader, Tobias Storch, Uta Heiden, Andreas Mueller, Martin Bachmann, Helmut Mühle, Rupert Müller, Martin Habermeyer, Andreas Ohndorf, Joachim Hill, Henning Buddenbaum, Patrick Hostert, Sebastian van der Linden, Pedro Leitão, Andreas Rabe, Roland Doerffer, Hajo Krasemann, Hongyan Xi, Wolfram Mauser, Tobias Hank, Matthias Locherer, Michael Rast, Karl Staenz, and Bernhard Sang (2015): The EnMAP Spaceborne Imaging Spectroscopy Mission for Earth Observation. Remote Sensing, 7(7), 8830–8857., Open Access ✔️.

  8. Said Nawar, Henning Buddenbaum, and Joachim Hill (2015): Digital Mapping of Soil Properties Using Multivariate Statistical Analysis and ASTER Data in an Arid Region. Remote Sensing, 7(2), 1181–1205., Open Access ✔️.

  9. Said Nawar, Henning Buddenbaum, and Joachim Hill (2015): Estimation of soil salinity using three quantitative methods based on visible and near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy:a case study from Egypt. Arabian Journal of Geosciences, 8(7), 5127–5140.

  10. Sascha Nink, Joachim Hill, Henning Buddenbaum, Johannes Stoffels, Thomas Sachtleber, and Joachim Langshausen (2015): Assessing the suitability of future multi- and hyperspectral satellite systems for mapping the spatial distribution of Norway spruce timber volume. Remote Sensing, 7(9), 12009–12040., Open Access ✔️.

  11. C. Rumbaur, N. Thevs, M. Disse, M. Ahlheim, A. Brieden, B. Cyffka, D. Duethmann, T. Feike, O. Frör, P. Gärtner, Ümüt Halik, Joachim Hill, M. Hinnenthal, P. Keilholz, Birgit Kleinschmit, V. Krysanova, M. Kuba, Sebastian Mader, C. Menz, H. Othmanli, S. Pelz, M. Schroeder, T. F. Siew, V. Stender, K. Stahr, F. M. Thomas, M. Welp, M. Wortmann, X. Zhao, X. Chen, T. Jiang, J. Luo, H. Yimit, R. Yu, X. Zhang, and C. Zhao (2015): Sustainable management of river oases along the Tarim River (SuMaRiO) in Northwest China under conditions of climate change. Earth Syst. Dynam., 6(1), 83–107., Open Access ✔️.

  12. Achim Röder, Michael Pröpper, Marion Stellmes, Anne Schneibel, and Joachim Hill (2015): Assessing urban growth and rural land use transformations in a cross-border situation in Northern Namibia and Southern Angola. Land Use Policy, 42(0), 340–354.

  13. Johannes Stoffels, Joachim Hill, Thomas Sachtleber, Sebastian Mader, Henning Buddenbaum, Oksana Stern, Joachim Langshausen, Jürgen Dietz, and Godehard Ontrup (2015): Satellite-Based Derivation of High-Resolution Forest Information Layers for Operational Forest Management. Forests, 6(6), 1982–2013., Open Access ✔️.

  14. Alexander Strehmel, Sarah Schönbrodt-Stitt, Giovanni Buzzo, Christian Dumperth, Felix Stumpf, Karsten Zimmermann, Katrin Bieger, Thorsten Behrens, Karsten Schmidt, Renneng Bi, Joachim Rohn, Joachim Hill, Thomas Udelhoven, Wei Xiang, Xuezheng Shi, Qinghua Cai, Tong Jiang, Nicola Fohrer, and Thomas Scholten (2015): Assessment of geo-hazards in a rapidly changing landscape: the three Gorges Reservoir Region in China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 74(6), 4939–4960.


  1. Joachim Hill, Marion Stellmes, and Changyao Wang Land Transformation Processes in NE China: Tracking Trade-Offs in Ecosystem Services Across Several Decades with Landsat-TM/ETM+ time Series, pages 383–410. Springer, 05 2014.

  2. Said Nawar, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, and Jacek Kozak (2014): Modeling and Mapping of Soil Salinity with Reflectance Spectroscopy and Landsat Data Using Two Quantitative Methods (PLSR and MARS). Remote Sensing, 6(11), 10813–10834., Open Access ✔️.

  3. Pyare Pueschel, Glenn Newnham, and Joachim Hill (2014): Retrieval of Gap Fraction and Effective Plant Area Index from Phase-Shift Terrestrial Laser Scans. Remote Sensing, 6(3), 2601–2627., Open Access ✔️.

  4. Oksana Stern, Barbara Paschmionka, Johannes Stoffels, Henning Buddenbaum, and Joachim Hill (2014): Abbildende und nichtabbildende Gelndespektrometrie zur Untersuchung von Stressphnomenen an Buchenpflanzen. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2014(1), 17–26., Open Access ✔️.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Stephan Seeling, and Joachim Hill (2013): Fusion of full-waveform lidar and imaging spectroscopy remote sensing data for the characterization of forest stands. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 34(13), 4511–4524.

  2. Pyare Pueschel, Glenn Newnham, Gilles Rock, Thomas Udelhoven, Willy Werner, and Joachim Hill (2013): The influence of scan mode and circle fitting on tree stem detection, stem diameter and volume extraction from terrestrial laser scans. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 77, 44–56.

  3. Anne Schneibel, Marion Stellmes, Rasmus Revermann, Manfred Finckh, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill (2013): Agricultural expansion during the post-civil war period in southern Angola based on bi-temporal Landsat data. Biodiversity and Ecology, 5, 311–319., Open Access ✔️.

  4. Marion Stellmes, David Frantz, Manfred Finckh, Rasmus Revermann, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill. Fire Frequency, Fire Seasonality and Fire Intensity within the Okavango Region Derived from MODIS Fire Products. In Jens Oldeland, Cynthia Erb, Manfred Finckh, and Norbert Jürgens, editors, Special Volume: Environmental Assessments in the Okavango Region, Biodiversity & Ecology, pages 351–362. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, 2013., Open Access ✔️.

  5. Marion Stellmes, Achim Röder, Thomas Udelhoven, and Joachim Hill (2013): Mapping syndromes of land change in Spain with remote sensing time series, demographic and climatic data. Land Use Policy, 30(1), 685–702.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Oksana Stern, Marion Stellmes, Johannes Stoffels, Pyare Pueschel, Joachim Hill, and Willy Werner (2012): Field Imaging Spectroscopy of Beech Seedlings under Dryness Stress. Remote Sensing, 4(12), 3721–3740., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Pyare Pueschel, Henning Buddenbaum, and Joachim Hill (2012): An efficient approach to standardizing the processing of hemispherical images for the estimation of forest structural attributes. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 160, 1–13.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Pyare Pueschel, Marion Stellmes, Willy Werner, and Joachim Hill (2011): Measuring water and Chlorophyll content on the leaf and canopy scale. EARSeL eProceedings, 10(1), 66–72. Open Access ✔️.

  2. Stefan Sommer, C. Zucca, A. Grainger, M. Cherlet, R. Zougmore, Y. Sokona, Joachim Hill, R. Della Peruta, J. Roehrig, and G. Wang (2011): Application of indicator systems for monitoring and assessment of desertification from national to global scales. Land Degradation & Development, 22(2), 184–197.

  3. Johannes Stoffels, Sebastian Mader, Joachim Hill, Willy Werner, and Godehard Ontrup (2011): Satellite-based stand-wise forest cover type mapping using a spatially adaptive classification approach. European Journal of Forest Research, 131, .

  4. J. V. Vogt, U. Safriel, G. Von Maltitz, Y. Sokona, R. Zougmore, G. Bastin, and Joachim Hill (2011): Monitoring and assessment of land degradation and desertification: Towards new conceptual and integrated approaches. Land Degradation & Development, 22(2), 150–165.

  5. Michael Vohland, Joachim Besold, Joachim Hill, and Heinz-Christian Fründ (2011): Comparing different multivariate calibration methods for the determination of soil organic carbon pools with visible to near infrared spectroscopy. Geoderma, 166(1), 198–205.


  1. Michael Förster, Daniel Spengler, Henning Buddenbaum, Joachim Hill, and Birgit Kleinschmit (2010): Ein Überblick ber die Kombination spektraler und geometrischer Modellierung zur Anwendung in der forstlichen Fernerkundung. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2010(4), 253–265., Open Access ✔️.

  2. Joachim Hill, Thomas Udelhoven, Michael Vohland, and Antoine Stevens The Use of Laboratory Spectroscopy and Optical Remote Sensing for Estimating Soil Properties, pages 67–85. Springer, 06 2010.

  3. Thomas Jarmer, Joachim Hill, Hanoch Lavée, and Pariente Sarah (2010): Mapping topsoil organic carbon in non-agricultural semi-arid and arid ecosystems of Israel. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 75(1), 85–94., Open Access ✔️.

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  5. Martin Schlerf, Clement Atzberger, Joachim Hill, Henning Buddenbaum, Willy Werner, and Gebhard Schüler (2010): Retrieval of chlorophyll and nitrogen in Norway spruce (Picea abies L. Karst.) using imaging spectroscopy. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 12(1), 17–26.

  6. Marion Stellmes, Thomas Udelhoven, Achim Röder, Ruth Sonnenschein, and Joachim Hill (2010): Dryland observation at local and regional scale—Comparison of Landsat TM/ETM+ and NOAA AVHRR time series. Remote Sensing of Environment, 114(10), 2111–2125.


  1. Eyal Ben-Dor, Sabine Chabrillat, José Alexandre M. Demattê, R. Taylor, Joachim Hill, Michael Whiting, and Stefan Sommer (2009): Using Imaging Spectroscopy to study soil properties. Remote Sensing of Environment, 113(Supplement 1), S38–S55.

  2. Thomas Udelhoven, Marion Stellmes, Gabriel Del Barrio, and Joachim Hill (2009): Assessment of rainfall and NDVI anomalies in Spain (1989–1999) using distributed lag models. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30(8), 1961–1976., Open Access ✔️.


  1. Eyal Ben-Dor, R. Taylor, Joachim Hill, José Alexandre M. Demattê, Michael Whiting, Sabine Chabrillat, and Stefan Sommer (2008): Imaging Spectrometry for Soil Applications. Advances in Agronomy, 97, 321–392.

  2. Joachim Hill, Marion Stellmes, Thomas Udelhoven, Achim Röder, and Stefan Sommer (2008): Mediterranean Desertification and Land Degradation - Mapping Related Land Use Change Syndromes Based on Satellite Observations. Global and Planetary Change, 64(3-4), 146–157.

  3. Joachim Hill, Thomas Udelhoven, Thomas Jarmer, and A. Yair Land cover in the Nizzana sandy arid ecosystem. Mapping surface properties with multi-spectral remote sensing data, pages 157–172. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2008.

  4. Hugues Lorent, Christakis Evangelou, Marion Stellmes, Joachim Hill, Vasilios Papanastasis, Georgios Tsiourlis, Achim Röder, and Eric F. Lambin (2008): Land degradation and economic conditions of agricultural households in a marginal region of northern Greece. Global and Planetary Change, 64(3), 198–209.

  5. Achim Röder, Joachim Hill, Beatriz Duguy, José Alloza, and Ramon Vallejo (2008): Using long time series of Landsat data to monitor fire events and post-fire dynamics and identify driving factors. A case study in the Ayora region (eastern Spain). Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(1), 259–273.

  6. Achim Röder, Thomas Udelhoven, Joachim Hill, Gabriel Del Barrio, and Georgios Tsiourlis (2008): Trend analysis of Landsat-TM and-ETM+ imagery to monitor grazing impact in a rangeland ecosystem in Northern Greece. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(6), 2863–2875.

  7. Marion Stellmes, Thomas Udelhoven, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill. Dryland observation at local and regional scale: comparison of Landsat TM and NOAA AVHRR time series. In Christopher M. U. Neale, Manfred Owe, and Guido D'Urso, editors, Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology X, volume 7104, 241 – 251. International Society for Optics and Photonics, SPIE, 2008.

  8. Bettina Weber, Claas Olehowski, T. Knerr, Joachim Hill, K. Deutschewitz, D. C. J. Wessels, B. Eitel, and Burkhard Büdel (2008): A new approach for mapping of Biological Soil Crusts in semidesert areas with hyperspectral imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment, 112(5), 2187–2201.


  1. Joachim Hill, Wolfgang Mehl, and Michael Altherr Land Degradation and Soil Erosion Mapping in a Mediterranean Ecosystem, pages 237–260. Springer, Dordrecht, 08 2007.


  1. Tobias Kuemmerle, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill (2006): Separating grassland and shrub vegetation by multi-date pixel-adaptive spectral mixture analysis. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 27(15), 3251–3271.

  2. Patrick C. Pinet, Charly Kaufmann, and Joachim Hill (2006): Imaging spectroscopy of changing Earth's surface: a major step toward the quantitative monitoring of land degradation and desertification. Comptes Rendus Geoscience, 338(14), 1042–1048., Open Access ✔️.


  1. Henning Buddenbaum, Martin Schlerf, and Joachim Hill (2005): Classification of coniferous tree species and age classes using hyperspectral data and geostatistical methods. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 26(24), 5453–5465.

  2. Benjamin Koetz, Frédéric Baret, Hervé Poilvé, and Joachim Hill (2005): Use of coupled canopy structure dynamic and radiative transfer models to estimate biophysical canopy characteristics. Remote Sensing of Environment.

  3. Martin Schlerf, Clement Atzberger, and Joachim Hill (2005): Remote sensing of forest biophysical variables using HyMap imaging spectrometer data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 95, 177–194.


  1. Joachim Hill, Patrick Hostert, and Achim Röder Long-Term Observation of Mediterranean Ecosystems with Satellite Remote Sensing, chapter 4, pages 33–43. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2004.

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  2. Joachim Hill and Wolfgang Mehl (2003): Geo- und radiometrische Aufbereitung multi- und hyperspektraler Daten zur Erzeugung langjhriger kalibrierter Zeitreihen. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2003(1), 7–14. Open Access ✔️.

  3. Patrick Hostert, Achim Röder, and Joachim Hill (2003): Coupling spectral unmixing and trend analysis for monitoring of long-term vegetation dynamics in Mediterranean rangelands. Remote Sensing of Environment, 87(2-3), 183–197.

  4. Patrick Hostert, Achim Röder, Joachim Hill, Thomas Udelhoven, and Georgios Tsiourlis (2003): Retrospective studies of grazing-induced land degradation: a case study in central Crete, Greece. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 24(20), 4019–4034.

  5. Thomas Jarmer, Thomas Udelhoven, and Joachim Hill (2003): Möglichkeiten zur Ableitung bodenbezogener Größen aus multi- und hyperspektralen Fernerkundungsdaten. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2003(2), 115–128. Open Access ✔️.

  6. Achim Röder, Joachim Hill, and Patrick Hostert (2003): Fernerkundung und Geodatenverarbeitung zum Monitoring von Desertifikation und Degradation im mediterranen Raum. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2003(1), 15–25. Open Access ✔️.

  7. Martin Schlerf, Joachim Hill, Samuel Bärisch, and Clement Atzberger (2003): Einfluss der spektralen und rumlichen Auflsung von Fernerkundungsdaten bei der Nadelwaldklassifikation. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2003(1), 27–34. Open Access ✔️.

  8. Thomas Udelhoven, Patrick Hostert, Thomas Jarmer, and Joachim Hill (2003): Klassifikation von Getreideflächen mit hyperspektralen Bilddaten des HyMap-Sensors. Photogrammetrie - Fernerkundung - Geoinformation, 2003(1), 35–42. Open Access ✔️.


  1. Patrick Hostert, Achim Röder, Thomas Jarmer, Thomas Udelhoven, and Joachim Hill (2001): The potential of remote sensing and GIS for desertification monitoring and assessment. Annals of Arid Zone, 40(2), 103–140. Open Access ✔️.


  1. Joachim Hill Assessment of semi-arid lands: monitoring dryland ecosystems through remote sensing, pages 8769–8794. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 2000.

  2. Joachim Hill and Brigitta Schütt (2000): Mapping Complex Patterns of Erosion and Stability in Dry Mediterranean Ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment, 74(3), 557–569.


  1. Joachim Hill, Claudius Diemer, Ole Stöver, and Thomas Udelhoven (1999): A local correlation approach for the fusion of remote sensing data with different spatial resolutions in forestry applications. International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 32(Part 7), 4–3. Open Access ✔️.


  1. Joachim Hill (1998): Neue Wege zur geowissenschaftlichen Interpretation multispektraler Fernerkundungsdaten. Geographische Rundschau, 113–119.

  2. Joachim Hill, Patrick Hostert, Georgios Tsiourlis, Panagiotis Kasapidis, Thomas Udelhoven, and Claudius Diemer (1998): Monitoring 20 years of increased grazing impact on the Greek island of Crete with earth observation satellites. Journal of Arid Environments, 39(2), 165–178.

  3. Stefan Sommer, Joachim Hill, and Jacques Mégier (1998): The potential of remote sensing for monitoring rural land use changes and their effects on soil conditions. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 197–209.


  1. Joachim Hill and Brigitta Schütt (1997): Die Verwendung von Fernerkundungsdaten zur Erfassung komplexer Gefüge von Erosions- und Stabilitätsbereichen in mediterranen Trockengebieten. Trierer Geographische Studien, 185–201.

  2. Volker Radeloff, Joachim Hill, and Wolfgang Mehl Forest mapping from space. Enhanced satellite data processing by spectral mixture analysis and topographic corrections. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, 1997.


  1. D Peter and Joachim Hill The use of remote sensing for land degradation and desertification monitoring in the Mediterranean basin. State of the art and future research. European Commission and Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, Luxembourg, 1996.


  1. Joachim Hill, Jacques Mégier, and Wolfgang Mehl (1995): Land degradation, soil erosion and desertification monitoring in Mediterranean ecosystems. Remote Sensing Reviews, 12(1-2), 107–130.


  1. Joachim Hill Spectral Properties of Soils and the Use of Optical Remote Sensing Systems for Soil Erosion Mapping, pages 497–526. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, 1994.

  2. Joachim Hill and Jacques Mégier Imaging spectrometry - a tool for environmental observations. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1994.


  1. Joachim Hill High precision land cover mapping and inventory with multi-temporal earth observation satellite data - The Ardèche experiment. Number EUR 15271 EN. Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Brussels / Luxembourg, 1993. Open Access ✔️.

  2. Joachim Hill (1993): Monitoring land degradation and soil erosion in Mediterranean environments. ITC Journal, 4, 323–331.


  1. Joachim Hill Die Nutzung operationeller Erdbeobachtungssatelliten zur Kartierung und Überwachung von Erosionsprozessen in Mediterranen Ökosystemen, pages 195–229. Number Sonderheft 2. Flensburger Regionale Studien, Sonderheft 2, 1992.


  1. Joachim Hill A quantitative approach to remote sensing: sensor calibration and comparison., pages 97–110. Number 1. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, 1991.

  2. Joachim Hill Remote sensing systems: sensors and platforms, pages 55–70. Number 1. Springer Netherlands, Dordrecht, 1991.

  3. Joachim Hill and Boris Sturm (1991): Radiometric correction of multitemporal Thematic Mapper data for use in agricultural land-cover classification and vegetation monitoring. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 12, 1471–1491.

  4. Jacques Mégier, Joachim Hill, and H. Kohl (1991): Land-use inventory and mapping in a mountainous area: the Ardèche experiment. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 12(3), 445–462.


  1. missing booktitle in Hill.1990b

  2. Joachim Hill and Dorothea Aifadopoulou (1990): Comparative analysis of landsat-5 TM and SPOT HRV-1 data for use in multiple sensor approaches. Remote Sensing of Environment, 34(1), 55–70.


  1. Joachim Hill and Jacques Mégier (1988): Regional land cover and agricultural area statistics and mapping in The Departement Ardeche, France, by use of Thematic Mapper data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 9, 1573–1595.