Remote Sensing & GIS Mapping

GIS Mapping

  • Wetland, vegetation, and integrated terrain unit mapping

  • Telemetry data visualization and analysis

  • Geodatabase design and data management

  • Topographic analysis and viewshed modeling

  • Spatial analyses of map attributes

Remote Sensing

  • Landscape change detection, such as mapping coastal erosion 

  • Determining snow persistence 

  • Time-series analysis of vegetation biomass (NDVI) and snow cover for caribou and waterfowl habitat use studies

  • Vegetation, ecotype and soils mapping and modeling

  • Imagery processing, classification, and extraction from sources including satellites (e.g., Landsat, WorldView, GeoEye, QuickBird, Ikonos, Pleiades, SPOT, ASTER, MODIS, and AVHRR), airborne and terrestrial lidar, and aerial and UAV photography

  • Project of the Year—2011 Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

  • Under construction