Alexandre Langlois

Research topicsMy fields of study are mainly geophysics and remote sensing for monitoring natural hazards in a changing environment. My main focus is on the polar regions where my studies attempt to establish the complex links between human activity, climate change and associated natural hazards. I try to see the evolution of these risks in the long term using models by integrating field measurements.   EmailAlexandre.Langlois2@USher...

Jérôme Théau

Jérôme Théau Research topicsMy research program aims to develop tools and methods for characterizing vegetation in controlled environments (e. g. agricultural environments) and natural environments (e. g. forests, riparian ecosystems, wildlife habitats), using remote sensing and geographic information systems, in a context of conservation and climate change.   EmailJerome.Theau@USherbrooke.ca   Current projects 1. Spatial...

Norman T. O’Neil

Research topics I specialize in remote sensing of the physical parameters of the atmosphere. My main focus is to characterize atmospheric aerosols (smoke, dust, organic and marine particles) using ground, airborne or satellite sensors. The information I obtain from it is used to validate air quality models and to correct satellite images for atmospheric effects. My most recent research focuses on remote sensing of aerosols in the Arctic (PEARL Obse...

Alain Royer

Research topicsMy field of work is oriented towards the study and monitoring of our environment, including the use of remote sensing tools. In addition, I am interested in global climate change and indirectly in the physical phenomena that occur in the atmosphere. I am also developing methods for estimating, by remote sensing, the water equivalent of snow in a hydroelectric production context. EmailAlain.Royer@USherbrooke.ca   C...

Ramata Magagi

Research topicsMy main field of research is the microwave remote sensing of land surface parameters (soil, vegetation and snow). The environments studied are very diverse, ranging from semi-arid environments to boreal forest areas and snow-covered regions. I also work on the extraction of physical parameters and the characterization of these environments.     EmailRamata.Magagi@USherbrooke.ca     Current projectsValidat...

Kalifa Goïta

Research topics I am a geomatician specializing in remote sensing of biogeophysical parameters. My interests are in remote sensing and geomatics applied to the environment, natural resources and natural hazards. I am specifically involved in the development of methods for estimating parameters from passive microwaves, radar and lidar altimetry for water in soil, snow or vegetation cover; variations in surface water levels, biomass and carbon in for...