Joe Sweet presented his work on remote sensing of seasonal water availability in thousands of small stock ponds across northern Arizona at the NAU UGRADS research symposium today. Joe also presented this work at the Arizona Space Grant Statewide Symposium in Tucson earlier this month. Joe did great work all year using Semi-Automatic Classification of multi-spectral Sentinel-2 imagery to figure out when and where aquatic habitats are available across the steep climate and elevation gradients that characterize the Southwest. Thanks NASA Space Grant and collaborator Dr. Dan Buscombe, and congrats Joe! Space Grant Interns are also featured in the student spotlight of NAU News today.
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