Emma White is a PhD student investigating Changing field sizes of the Conterminous United Sates supervised by Dr David Roy.
Emma has an MSc in Remote Sensing and Image Processing from the University of Edinburgh (UK) and a BSc in Geographic Information Science from the Newcastle University (UK) .
Emma is currently undertaking a study into the relationship between field and farm sizes.
White E.V. and Roy D.P. 2015. A contemporary decennial examination of changing agricultural field sizes using Landsat time series data, Geo: Geography and Environment, Accepted.
White, E.V. and Roy, D.P. 2014. A contemporary decennial global sample of changing agricultural field sizes, NP4.2. Satellite Time Series Analysis, Oral Presentation at General Assembly, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria, 27 April – 2 May. 2014.
White, E.V. and Roy, D.P. 2011. A contemporary decennial global sample of changing agricultural field sizes, B11E-05. Agricultural Mapping, Monitoring, and Data Visualization for a Changing Global Environment I, Oral Presentation at Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, California, U.S., 5 - 9 Dec. 2011.
NASA Land Cover Land Use Change Science Team Meeting, Rockville, Maryland, U.S. (3 - 5 April 2012)
NASA Land Cover Land Use Change Science Team Meeting, University of Maryland, U.S. (27 -30 March 2011)