Kelgenbaeva, Kamilya

Postdoctoral Fellow
Office Phone Number: 
605-688-6406
Email: 
kamilya.kelgenbaeva@sdstate.edu
Education: 

2007       Ph.D. in Engineering, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
2005       M.S. in Technology, Andhra University, India
1998       Post-Graduate study in RS and GIS, CSSTE-AP at Dehra-Dun, India
1994       Diploma (5 year) in Hydro melioration, Kyrgyz State Agricultural Institute at Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Kamilya is a postdoctoral fellow in GSCE since December 2015. She is originally from Kyrgyz Republic. At present, she is working for a NASA-funded research project entitled “How Environmental Change in Central Asian Highlands Impacts High Elevation Communities”.

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Geoffrey M. Henebry

Research Interests:  elevation change, land use, modeling of agricultural land suitability, socio-economic studies, RS and GIS; PhD program

Publications:

Kelgenbaeva K, GM Henebry, 2017c. Role of terrain variables for natural disaster monitoring using satellite images in the high mountain areas of the Kyrgyz Republic. AGU Fall Meeting 2017. Session “Dynamics of Arid and Mountain Landscapes: Evaluating Change in Vulnerable, Variable Environments”, December 11th -15th, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

Kelgenbaeva K, GM Henebry, 2017b. Detecting change amidst uncertainty in digital elevation models: A comparison of SRTM and ASTER DEM products for two oblasts in the Kyrgyz Republic. JpGU-AGU Joint Meeting 2017, Session “Environmental, socio-economic and climatic changes in Northern Eurasia”, May 20th -25th, Chiba, Japan.

Kelgenbaeva K, GM Henebry, 2017a. Detecting change amidst uncertainty in digital elevation models: A comparison of SRTM and ASTER DEM products for two oblasts in the Kyrgyz Republic. US-IALE SymposiumPeople, Places, Patterns: Linking Landscape Heterogeneity and Socio-Environmental Systems”, April 9 – 14, Baltimore, Marlyand, USA.

Henebry GM, M Tomaszewska, CP Krehbiel, K Kelgenbaeva, 2016d. Livelihoods poised between cold and dry: Modelling land surface phenologies and phenometric lapse rates in Central Asian highland pasture. AGU Fall Meeting. December 12-16. San Francisco, California, USA.

Henebry GM, CP Krehbiel, K Kelgenbaeva, M Tomaszewska, 2016c. Poised between cold and dry: land surface phenologies in Central Asian highland pasture. Global Land Project Open Science Meeting. Beijing, China, October 23-27.

Henebry GM, CP Krehbiel, M Tomaszewska, K Kelgebaeva, 2016b. Characterizing Land Surface Phenologies in the Highlands of Kyrgyzstan through Synergistic Use of Landsat and MODIS data. Landsat Science Team Meeting. Brookings, SD, 28th July.

Donghui W., AD Hagedorn, Q Chi, G Ibraimova, K Kelgenbaeva, GM Henebry. 2016a. Agricultural Productions in Kyrgyzstan, 1990–2014. The International University of Kyrgyzstan Journal 29(1):11-16.

Aidaraliev A., R Bekboeva, T Akylbekova, K Kelgenbaeva. 2014. Realization of the Bologna process at the International University of Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz-German DAAD-Alumni Conference “Improving of Education Quality in Higher Institutions of the Kyrgyz Republic”, Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan, 16-18 May.

Kelgenbaeva K. 2013. CACILM land-use/land-cover and socio-economic information. Joint NASA LCLUC Science Meeting with GOFC GOLD, CARIN, NEESPI and MAIRS on Land Use and Water Resources in Central Asia, 11-15 November, Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Kelgenbaeva K. 2010: CACILM SLM-IS supports for KM and M&E. GEF STAP Expert Consultation Meeting “GIS support for Global Environment Facility Monitoring and Knowledge Management”, GEF Secretariat, 14-15 January, Washington DC, USA.

Kelgenbaeva K., C Hatten, M Kunzer. 2010: Design and Development of the CACILM Multicountry Sustainable Land Management Information System: Inception Phase results. “International Scientific Symposium "Water in Central Asia. From glaciers to the lowlands: Bringing together water scientists and water managers", 24-26 November 2010. Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Kelgenbaeva K. 2009. Standardization of national Land Use Systems (LUS) attributes for CACILM-FAO LADA-LUS multicountry reporting. FAO SLM-IS Workshop. CD-proceedings, 18 – 21 May, Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Kelgenbaeva K. 2009: CACILM proposals for Adaptation to Climate Change in Central Asia. Stakeholders Workshop "Pilot Project on Climate Change Resilience", 13-14 October. Organized by World Bank, ADB & Department for International Development (DFID), Dushanbe, Tajikistan. 

Kelgenbaeva K. 2008: Agronomic Suitability Studies in the Russian Altai Using RS and GIS. Kartographische Bausteine. Band 36. Dissertation. ISBN 978-3-86780-067-9.  256 pp. TU Dresden, Germany.

Kelgenbaeva K., Prechtel N., Buchroithner M. 2003. Geo-Information Modelling of Soil and Climatic Conditions Evaluation in the Siberian Altai. CD Proceeding of 21st International Cartographic Conference & 12th General Assembly of the International Cartographic Association, 10 – 16 August, Durban, South Africa.

Kelgenbaeva K. 2002. Adaptation of a Mediterranean Land Suitability Model for Inner-Alpine Basins of the Siberian Altai. Proceedings of 7th International Symposium on High Mountain Cartography (HMRSC VII). Bishkek, 15 – 26 July, Kyrgyzstan.

Last modified: 
Jul 10, 2018