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Kaskie, Kyle

Sigdel Phuyal, Mandira

Cooper, Sam

Ndekelu, Marcelline

Marcelline Ngomba Ndekelu is a Lecturer at the University of Kinshasa, Agronomy Department, where she graduated as an Agricultural Engineer in Natural Resources Management. She has been working for years with the University of Kinshasa, the Congolese NGO OSFAC (Observatoire Satellital des Forêts d'Afrique Centrale), and many other institutions as GIS-RS trainer in Central Africa.  

Swartos, Ashley

Ashley Swartos is a Geography Master's student working on her thesis investigating the importance of oil palm expansion regarding land use and land cover change in the Brazilian Amazon. She also contributed to a project classifying land cover types in the Brazilian Amazon regarding deforestation and forest degradation.

Adekpui, Sefa

Krehbiel, Cole

Pabst, Kari

Kari Pabst is pursuing a Masters of Science degree in Geography. Interests include fire ecology and using remote sensing and GIS as tools to map and monitor post-fire effects. Kari is working with Dr. Mark A. Cochrane on the “Fuel Treatment Effectiveness in the United States” project funded by the Joint Fire Science Program.

Ochieng, Eugene Apindi

Eugene Apindi Ochieng holds a BSc. degree in Geology from the University of Nairobi. Interests include application of GIS and Remote Sensing in environmental monitoring and management. Eugene worked with Dr. Matthew C. Hansen in developing a land cover map of Africa using 250m resolution MODIS data. Before joining SDSU, Eugene worked as an environmental geologist in Nairobi, Kenya, and later on as a visiting scientist at the UNEP-GRID offices located at the USGS-EROS.

Moran, Christopher

Background:
M.S. in Biological Sciences, 2011

Previous experience includes water quality and stream habitat sampling and modeling, corn rootworm research, MTBS fire mapping,  FTEUS fire modeling, and GCM output analysis.

Research Interests:
Fire Ecology, Landscape Ecology, Regional and Global Climate Change, Interdisciplinary Research

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