MSc Alicja Malinska

MSc Alicja Malinska - graduated from the Department of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics, University of Warsaw. In 2009, she completed post-graduate study on ‘Practical forecasting and analysis of time series’ at the Economic University in Cracow. She has been working in the Remote Sensing Department since 2005. Her main research activities concern satellite data processing, statistics and programing. She is responsible for statistical analysis of vegetation indices derive from Earth Observation data that are used in drought monitoring and crop forecasting. She is currently involved in the EU funded Geoland-2 project, work package ‘Core Information Services on Global Crop Monitoring (CROP CIS)’.


Recent publications:

  • Dabrowska-Zielinska K., Ciolkosz A., Malinska A., Bartold M., 2011, Monitoring of agricultural drought in Poland using data derived from environmental satellite images, Geoinformation Issues, Vol. 3, No. 1(3), pp. 87-97. PAPER


  • Dabrowska-Zielinska K., Tomaszewska M., Budzynska M., Malinska M., Malek I., 2014, Modelling of carbon uptake for wetlands in relation to soil-vegetation parameters – examined by satellite data (Climate Change Studies), Proceedings of 34th EARSeL Symposium, 16-20 June 2014, Warsaw, Poland.
  • Dabrowska-Zielinska K., Ciolkosz A., Budzyńska M., Malińska A., Bartold M., 2011, The System for Early Natural Disasters Monitoring in Agriculture, Proceedings of 34th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, 10-15 April, Sydney Australia,