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| Wardlow, Brian (Director, CALMIT )
||Remote sensing tools used to assess agricultural, environmental, and natural resource issues, with a focus on drought.
| Gamon, John (Director, CALMIT Hyperspectral Aerial Monitoring Program)
||Studies the "breathing of the planet" - the exchanges of carbon and water vapour between the biosphere and the atmosphere that affect ecosystem productivity and help regulate our atmosphere and climate, and the use of remote sensing techniques to discern biodiversity.
| Franz, Trenton
||Performs ecohydrologic modeling of dryland ecosystems using near surface hydrogeophysics.
| Kilic, Ayse
||Applies remote sensing methods toward estimating land surface evapotranspiration using SEBAL and METRIC models.
| Neale, Christopher
||Uses airborne multispectral imagery for monitoring and mapping river corridors, riparian vegetation, wetlands, natural resources, irrigated agriculture. Concurrently is Director of Research, Daugherty Water for Food Institute.
| Walter-Shea, Elizabeth
||Studies light interactions in vegetative canopies and how this relates to plant functioning.
||Studies non-destructive methods for remote detection and measurement of water stress in vegetation using computer-based analysis and visualization tools.
| Rundquist, Don
||Professor, PhD University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Former CALMIT Director
||Professor, PhD Rustov-on-Don State University, Russia
||Professor, PhD Clark University
||Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, PhD University of South Carolina
||Research Associate, MS Utah State University
||Research Associate, MS Brigham Young University
||Assistant Geoscientist, BSE South Dakota University
||Remote Sensing/GIS Research Specialist, MS University of Nebraska-Lincoln
||Research Specialist, MS Oregon State University
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