The School of Natural Resources
From Earth to Sky and Everything in Between
This research makes use of remote-sensor systems with high spectral as well as spatial resolutions. The focus of the work is on both vegetation canopies (to include agricultural crops, range grasses, and aquatic vegetation) and surface waters, with emphasis on obtaining biophysical information ultimately leading to meaningful practical applications.
When she graduated in December 2009, Elyse Watson -- like many young alums -- faced an uncertain future. "It took me a little while to get to where I am today," Watson said. "I had thought about going to graduate school, but found it hard to pick which program was right for me."