Mryka Hall-Beyer

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       My research focuses on understanding large-area vegetation cycle dynamics using time series of low-resolution satellite imagery. I also work extensively on developing image classification techniques in the service of habitat mapping and environmental impact analysis. A major research concern is developing course material at an advanced level in digital image processing, and I am also active in interpreting remote sensing capabilities to experts in other domains who need to use satellite data.

 

Recent and ongoing projects include:

  • Harmonic analysis of vegetation cycles in different natural subregions of Alberta
  • Detection and analysis of early green-up sites in Vuntut-Ivvavik National Parks, Yukon
  • Changes in historical distribution of Prairie Rough Fescue grasslands and their protection status
  • Changes in trails on Nose Hill, Calgary
  • Resource access for seniors in the Municipality of Rocky View via web GIS

 Last update: 07 October 2005