Doctoral Researcher at McMaster University's Remote Sensing Lab Happy to work with others
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Pointing to the ICON-FAIR principles, we have determined several opportunities for implementation within the realm of near-surface geophysics (NSG), representing a broad range of data acquisition and processing technologies. Our work explores the multifaceted community-driven nature of NSG and, by applying ICON-FAIR principles, we identify three ke...
Northern cold regions are especially susceptible to climatic variations. As a result of global climate change, permafrost degradation may be occurring rapidly and is important to monitor. Landscape changes related to both natural and anthropogenic factors can be indicators of permafrost degradation. Using electrical geophysical methods, we aimed...
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology is at the forefront of geophysical subsurface investigation, and the industry is certainly changing attitude reflecting this sentiment. When developing integrated services, so-called ”unmanned aerial systems” (UAS) require forethought to ensure safe and efficient operation. The poster presents some considera...