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In 2007 Felicjan Rydzak joined the Forestry Program, where he is involved in the EC GEO-BENE Project "Global Earth Observation - Benefit Estimation: Now, Next and Emerging." Dr. Rydzak graduated in management and manufacturing engineering from Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland. During his studies he was a scholar of the Socrates/Erasmus Exchange Programme and fulfilled a one-year study at the Nottingham Trent University, UK. Recently he received his PhD at Wroclaw University of Technology. In 2005/2006 he carried out a research project financed by the Research Council of Norway on resilience in production systems at Agder University College, Security and Quality in Organizations group. His current research interests include modeling and simulation of complex systems, system dynamics, changes in organizations, and interactive learning environments.
Last update: 04-DEC-2007
Peñuelas J, Sardans J, Walsh BJ, Ciais P, Janssens IA, Riahi K, Rydzak F, van Vuuren D, et al. (2017). Possible pathways for balancing CO2 emissions and sinks as agreed in Paris COP21. Ecosistemas 26 (3): 103-105. DOI:10.7818/ECOS.2017.26-3.12.
Obersteiner M, Balkovic J, Böttcher H, Bouma J, Fritz S, Fuss S, Havlik P, Heumesser C, et al. (2017). The Value of Global Earth Observations. In: Satellite Earth Observations and Their Impact on Society and Policy. Eds. Onoda, M. & Young, O.R., pp. 137-142 Singapore: Springer. ISBN 978-981-10-3713-9 DOI:10.1007/978-981-10-3713-9_12.
Walsh B, Ciais P, Janssens IA, Penuelas J, Riahi K, Rydzak F, van Vuuren DP, & Obersteiner M (2017). Pathways for balancing CO2 emissions and sinks. Nature Communications 8: e14856. DOI:10.1038/ncomms14856.
Walsh BJ, Rydzak F, Palazzo A, Kraxner F, Herrero M, Schenk P, Ciais P, Janssens IA, et al. (2015). New feed sources key to ambitious climate targets. Carbon Balance and Management 10 (1): 1-8. DOI:10.1186/s13021-015-0040-7.
McCallum I, Fritz S, Khabarov N, Fuss S, Szolgayova J, Rydzak F, Havlik P, Kraxner F, et al. (2012). Identifying And Quantifying The Benefits Of GEOSS. In: Worlds Within Reach: From Science To Policy - IIASA 40th Anniversary Conference, 24-26 October 2012, Hofburg Congress Center, Vienna and IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.
Obersteiner M, Rydzak F, Fritz S, & McCallum I (2012). Valuing the potential impacts of GEOSS: A systems dynamics approach. In: The Value of Information: Methodological Frontiers and New Applications in Environment and Health. Eds. Laxminarayan, R & Macauley, MK, Dordrecht: Springer. DOI:10.1007/978-94-007-4839-2_4.
McCallum I, Fritz S, Khabarov N, Fuss S, Szolgayova J, Rydzak F, Havlik P, Kraxner F, et al. (2010). Identifying and quantifying the benefits Of GEOSS. [[Earthzine]], posted on 12 July 2010 in Articles, Earth Observation, Economy, GEOSS/ICEO News
Rydzak F, Obersteiner M, & Kraxner F (2010). Impact of Global Earth Observation - Systemic view across GEOSS societal benefit area. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research: 216-243. DOI:10.2902/1725-0463.2010.05.art9.
Rydzak F & Obersteiner M (2009). System dynamics model for analyzing and measuring the benefits of Global Earth Observation. In: 33rd International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, ISRSE 2009, 4th-8th May 2009, Stresa; Italy.
Rametsteiner E, Nilsson S, Bottcher H, Havlik P, Kraxner F, Leduc S, Obersteiner M, Rydzak F, et al. (2007). Study of the Effects of Globalization on the Economic Viability of EU Forestry. Final Report of the AGRI Tender Project: AGRI-G4-2006-06 (December 2007)
Martin LA, Magnuszewski P, Sendzimir J, Rydzak F, Komorowski H, Lewandowska-Czarnecka A, Wojanowska J, Krolikowska K, et al. (2007). Microworld gaming of a local agricultural production chain in Poland. Simulation & Gaming 38 (2): 211-232. DOI:10.1177/1046878107300663.
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