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Geospatial & Environmental Informatics

Our faculty are experts in the use of geographic information systems (GIS), global positioning systems (GPS), Lidar, and satellite-based remote sensing to create environmental informatics and models of large data sets to visually demonstrate complex layers of information for the purpose of evaluating and addressing societal problems, such as drought, food and water scarcity, environmental impacts, and climate change.

Faculty Experts

Li An

Li An

Solon & Martha Dixon Endowed Professor, Ecosystem Modeling

Office: 4345
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Georgios Arseniou

Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist of Urban Forestry

Office: 3329
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Richard Cristan

Richard Cristan

Extension Specialist & Asst. Professor, Forest Operations

Office: 3327
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Zhaofei (Joseph) Fan

Professor, Forest Ecology and Statistics

Office: 3219
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Latif Kalin

Clinton- McClure Professor, Hydrology

Office: 4335
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Sanjiv Kumar

Sanjiv Kumar

Associate Professor, Earth System Modeling and Observation

Office: 4339
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Lana Narine

Lana Narine

Assistant Professor, Geospatial Analytics

Office: 4329
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Zutao Yang

Zutao Yang

Assistant Professor, Ecosystem Modeling

Office: 4325
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