PhD: Plant Ecophysiology and modelling
BSc: Environmental and Natural Resources Management
Nikos Markos has graduated from the Department of Environmental and Natural Resources Management, University of Ioannina, Greece. He performed his PhD thesis (Development of a photosynthesis model for the estimation of Mediterranean ecosystems productivity) at the Laboratory of Botany, Department of Biological Applications and Technologies, University of Ioannina, Greece. As a PhD student, he participated in two research projects concerning ecosystem dynamics and remote sensing.
Today he works at the University of Ioannina as a Post-doc researcher in the framework of the project "Development of a satellite monitoring system for the estimation of primary productivity of the forests of Northern Pindus National Park in a GIS environment", coordinated by Aris Kyparissis.
- Plant Ecophysiology
- Photosynthesis and primary productivity modeling in relation to ecophysiological and environmental fluctuations
- Natural ecosystem dynamics
- Effects of Climate Change on primary productivityΜελέτη φαινολογικών και λειτουργικών παραμέτρων της βλάστησης μέσω τεχνικών τηλεπισκόπησης
- Stagakis S., Markos N., Vanikiotis T., Tzotsos A., Sykioti O. & Kyparissis A. 2015. sCASE: A primary productivity monitoring system for the forests of North Pindus National Park (Epirus, Greece). European Journal of Remote Sensing, 48, 223-243.
- Stagakis S., Markos N., Sykioti O. & Kyparissis A. 2014. Tracking seasonal changes of leaf and canopy light use efficiency in a Phlomis fruticosa Mediterranean ecosystem using field measurements and multi-angular satellite hyperspectral imagery. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 97, 138-151.
- Markos N. & Kyparissis A. 2011. Ecophysiological modelling of leaf level photosynthetic performance for three Mediterranean species with different growth forms. Functional Plant Biology, 38, 314-326.
- Stagakis S., Markos N., Sykioti O. & Kyparissis A. 2010. Monitoring canopy biophysical and biochemical parameters in ecosystem scale using satellite hyperspectral imagery: An application on a Phlomis fruticosa Mediterranean ecosystem using multiangular CHRIS/PROBA observations. Remote Sensing of Environment, 114, 977-994.
- Vanikiotis T., Markos N., Stagakis S, Tzotsos A., Sykioti O., Kyparissis A. Edinburgh, Scotland, September 2013. Estimating light use efficiency of a pine and a beech forest from leaf to ecosystem scale using the photochemical reflectance index. European Space Agency, Special Publication SP-722, Living Planet Symposium.
- Kyparissis A., Markos N., Stagakis S., Levizou E., Sykioti O. Florence, Italy, September 17-20, 2007. Ecosystem productivity and dynamics issued from multispectral and hyperspectral satellite imagery. Proceedings of SPIE Europe Remote Sensing.
- Stagakis S., Markos N., Levizou E. & Kyparissis A. Montreux, Switzerland, April 23-27, 2007. Forest Ecosystem Dynamics using SPOT and MODIS Satellite Images. European Space Agency ENVISAT Symposium.