Patrick Graham

Patrick Graham
University of Oregon | UO · Department of Earth Sciences

Master of Science - Geology
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Introduction
Patrick Graham previously worked at the Oregon Hazards Lab at the University of Oregon as the field coordinator for the AlertWildfire, ShakeAlert, and Pacific Northwest Seismic Network programs' activities in the State of Oregon. Patrick does research in Remote Sensing, Geology and Geoinformatics (GIS). Their most recent publication is 'Airborne Hyperspectral Data Acquisition and Processing in the Arctic: A Pilot Study Using the Hyspex Imaging Spectrometer for Wetland Mapping'.
Additional affiliations
May 2020 - present
University of Oregon
Position
  • Field Coordinator
Description
  • Coordinates AlertWildfire, ShakeAlert, and Pacific Northwest Seismic Network programs' field activities for the Oregon Hazards Lab (OHAZ) within the University of Oregon's Department of Earth Sciences.
January 2016 - May 2018
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Position
  • Research Assistant
May 2014 - December 2015
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Position
  • Student Assistant
Description
  • I am assisting with surface energy flux modelling of sub-arctic boreal forests in interior Alaska, utilizing Landsat, MODIS, and NOAA satellite imagery products.
Education
January 2016 - May 2020
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Field of study
  • Geology, Remote Sensing
September 2012 - December 2015
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Field of study
  • Earth Sciences

Publications

Publications (9)
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A pilot study for mapping the Arctic wetlands was conducted in the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge (Refuge), Alaska. It included commissioning the HySpex VNIR-1800 and the HySpex SWIR-384 imaging spectrometers in a single-engine Found Bush Hawk aircraft, planning the flight times, direction, and speed to minimize the strong bidirectional refle...
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Alaska's Arctic and boreal regions, largely dominated by tundra and boreal forest, are witnessing unprecedented changes in response to climate warming. However, the intensity of feedbacks between the hydrosphere and vegetation changes are not yet well quantified in Arctic regions. This lends considerable uncertainty to the prediction of how much, h...

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