Research Team

MITCHELL BONNEY
Ph.D. Candidate,  mitchell.bonney@mail.utoronto.ca
Research Topic: Understanding long-term forest change across an urban-rural landscape with multi-source remote sensing, field and historical data
Webpage: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/people/mitchell-bonney

PHUONG DUC DAO
Ph.D. Candidate
, phuong.dao@mail.utoronto.ca
Research topic: Pigment Dynamics and Light Use Efficiency in Grasses under Drought Stress Using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing and Radiative Transfer Modelling
Webpage: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/people/phuong-dao

HWANG LEE 
Ph.D. Student
hwang.lee@mail.utoronto.ca
Research Topic: Precision Agriculture, Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, and Machine learning
Webpage: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/people/hwang-lee

LEAH MARAJH 
Ph.D. Student
leah.marajh@utoronto.ca 
Research Topic: Understanding the Impacts of Physical Environmental Change on Climate and Livelihoods in the Greater Angkor Region of Cambodia
Webpage: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/people/leah-marajh

ALEXANDER AXIOTIS
MSc Student,  alexander.axiotis@mail.utoronto.ca
Research Topic: Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Forest Insect Infestation
Webpage: https://www.utm.utoronto.ca/geography/people/alexander-axiotis


ALUMNI:

Cameron Proctor (Ph.D., cameron.proctor@mail.utoronto.ca, defended successfully in July 2017): Wetland Ecosystem, CH4 flux, Spatial Explicit Biogeochemical-hydrological Modelling.
Now an Assistant Professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at the University of Windsor (https://www.uwindsor.ca/science/environment/625/dr-cameron-proctor)

Bing Lu (Ph.D., bing.lu@mail.utoronto.ca, defended successfully in August 2017): Grassland Remote Sensing.
Now an Assistant Professor position in the Department of Geography, Faculty of Environment at the Simon Fraser University (https://www.sfu.ca/geography/about/our-people/profiles/Bing-Lu.html)

Jian Yang (Ph.D., jiangeo.yang@mail.utoronto.ca, defended successfully in August 2017): Tree Species Classification Using Multi-source Remote  Sensing Data
Now a Geospatial Consultant at 4DM Inc., Toronto, Canada

Courtney Soden (Msc, courtney.soden@mail.utoronto.ca, graduated in 2016): Wetland Greenhouse Gas Exchange, Restoration, Temporal and Spatial variations. 
Now a Technical Officer-Environment at Bruce Power, Toronto, Canada. 

Amy Mui (Ph.D., amy.mui@utoronto.ca, defended successfully in July 2015): Remote Sensing, GIS, Habitat Modeling, Wildlife Conservation
Now an Instructor in Environmental Science Program at Dalhousie University (https://www.dal.ca/faculty/science/environmental-science-program/faculty-staff/amy-mui.html). 

Assunta Saliola (MSc, assunta.saliola@utoronto.ca, graduated in 2014): Lidar, High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing, Forest Mapping
Now an Education and Research Analyst at Esri Canada, Toronto, Canada.

Kelly Wong (MSc, kellykalei.wong@utoronto.ca, graduated in 2012): Remote Sensing, Vegetation temporal and spatial variations
Now a Business Development and Project Manager at Kampery Development Ltd, Hongkong.

Alexander Tong (MSc, alexander.tong@utoronto.ca, defended successfully in September 2014): Hyperspectral Remote Sensing, GIS, Grassland Chlorophyll
Now a GIS Analyst in Clark County at Las Vegas, Nevada Area. 

Justin Murffit (Undergrad Research Assistant, justin.murfitt@mail.utoronto.ca): Remote Sensing, EAB Infestation, Forest Health
Now a Ph.D. student in Geography at U of Waterloo.