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BATAILLE, Clement »


Assistant professor
Faculty of Science
Earth Sciences

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Office: 8329438588
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My research group combines isotope geochemistry and numerical modeling to develop and apply 1) isotope geolocation tools in ecology and forensics sciences, 2) isotope tracers of chemical weathering processes in hydrology, and 3) isotope proxies for paleoenvironmental reconstruction. The data and products generated in this research program have wide-reaching relevance to the investigation of forensic cases, traceability of food, implementation of wildlife conservation policies, improvement of water management practices, and reconstruction of paleoenvironments in Canada and beyond.

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CAO, Huhua »


Huhua Cao

Dr.
Full professor
Faculty of Arts
Geography

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1043)
Cell: 613-864-5775
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Dr Huhua Cao has been involved in extensive research activities in North America, Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa. In recent years, his research has focused on urban and regional development in China, particularly minority regions, and around the following three axes: 1) Mobility and Urbanisation; 2) Spatial inequality and Accessibility of social services; 3) Ecosystem Assessment and Management (EAM). The majority of his research is founded on the usage of geostatistical methods and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Professor Cao’s research has been funded several times by institutions including the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) and also by Chinese Government ministries such as the Ministry of Science and Technology and Ministry of Education.

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English and French , Chinois (mandarin)- Langue maternelle

HOMAYOUNI, Saeid »


Adjunct professor, Lecturer
Adjunct Professor
Faculty of Arts
Geography

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Office: 6132039060
Cell: 6132039060
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I am interested in Remote Sensing, Geomatics, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). My research activities are mainly focused on satellite optical, SAR, and UAV (drone) remote sensing for urban and agro-environmental applications. I use the advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence (ML & AI) for Earth Observations analytics.

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English and French , Persian (Farsi)

PLOEGER, Kate »


PhD Student
Faculty of Arts
Geography

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My research focus is earthquakes in Ottawa including wide range of scenarios/damage projections (specifically building damage and casualties) for downtown Ottawa. Earthquake loss estimations.

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SAWADA, Michael Charles »


Michael Charles Sawada

Associate Professor Geographic Information Systems and Geomatics
Associate professor
Faculty of Arts
Geography

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Office: 613-562-5800 (1040)
Office: 613-562-5800 (2293)
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My main field of research is applied Geomatics. Geomatics consists of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing (RS), Global Positioning systems(GPS), Spatial Analysis, Cartography, and Geodesy. Like information systems in general, geomatics is an enabling science that extends the IT model into the geographic realm with techniques and methods applicable to almost every conceivable discipline. For example, I currently have active projects in fields including: disaster mapping of tsunami devestated regions in the Bay of Bengal, health geography/epidimiology, wireless telecommunications, precision agriculture, and Quaternary climate change among others. Geomatics underlies our everyday activities as the science is used for both the planning and management of anything that exists in geographic space.

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