Scientific staff

Endijs Bāders
Endijs Bāders
Position: Researcher
Grade: Dr.silv.
Phone number: 27043293
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Latest publications

  • Bāders E., Romāns E., Desaine I., Krišāns O., Seipulis A., Donis J., Jansons Ā. 2022. An Integration of Linear Model and ‘Random Forest’ Techniques for Prediction of Norway Spruce Vitality: A Case Study of the Hemiboreal Forest, Latvia. Remote Sensing, 14(9), 2122;šāns O., Matisons R., Vuguls J., Bāders E., Rust S., Elferts D., Saleniece R., Jansons Ā. 2022. Regularly planted rather than natural understory of Norway spruce (Picea abies H. Karst.) contributes to the individual stability of canopy silver birch (Betula pendula Roth.). Forests, 13(6), 942;
  • Desaine I., Bāders E., Romāns E., Krišāns O., Seipulis A., Jansons Ā. 2022. The detection of disturbance effects of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) in UAV multispectral imagery. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, V-3-2022, 689-695;
  • Vuguls J., Rieksts-Riekstins R., Seipulis A., Desaine I., Baders E. 2021. Coniferous tree admixture affecting summer storm damage in birch stand: case study in Latvia. In: Proceedings of 21st International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM, 16-22 August 2021. Albena, SGEM, Vol. 21(3.1), p. 449-456;
  • Matisons R., Jansone D., Bāders E., Dubra S., Zeltiņš P., Schneck V., Jansons Ā. 2021. Weather–Growth Responses Show Differing Adaptability of Scots Pine Provenances in the South-Eastern Parts of Baltic Sea Region. Forests, 12(12), 1641;

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