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Hamed Gholizadeh

Hamed Gholizadeh

Assistant Professor

Department of Geography
318 Social Sciences & Humanities



For the past several years, my research has focused on using proximal, airborne, and spaceborne hyperspectral remote sensing for monitoring terrestrial ecosystems. My most recent research focuses on developing methods to link optical remote sensing to plant diversity and assessing the impact of management practices on remote sensing of biodiversity. In doing so, I bring together concepts from remote sensing, image processing, plant ecophysiology, chemical ecology, and landscape ecology.

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