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About AWF-Wiki
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AWF-Wiki is a platform for sharing information, knowledge and expertise in the context of forest inventory and remote sensing. It was initiated by the Chair of Forest Inventory and Remote Sensing at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany to extend academic offers to students and interested scientists. During a pilot phase it is planned to implement lecture notes in the mentioned scientific fields and to cultivate an appropriate structure of this Wiki for additional content in other categories.

Categories in AWF-Wiki

Content in AWF-Wiki is organized in different main categories. You can browse to the different main topics in the given categories below, use the search function in the tool bar to search for special articles or keywords or look up the glossary.



Some contributions to AWF-Wiki are only possible because of financial support from tuition fees of students allocated by the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany in order to enhance the quality of teaching.

Did you know that we implemented an extension that allows you to compile articles in a collection, to structure and download them as PDF? You can find the function in the left toolbar ("Create a book"). Please feel free to create your own lecture notes! read more

Start a new page!

Input a title for your new page and create an article! You can learn how to create articles here. Before you start please check whether the topic already exists by searching for keywords!

How to participate

To contribute to AWF-Wiki (write or edit articles) you need to have an account. Every user can read our content and is invited to do so. It is not possible for external users to create an account on their own. If you like to contribute to this project, please ask for an account!

AWF-Wiki currently has 63 registered users, contains 2,053 articles and counted 4,099,873 page hits

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