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Jiunn-Der (Geoffrey) Duh

Jiunn-Der (Geoffrey) Duh  

Associate Professor of Geography

Ph.D. Natural Resources & Environment (2004),
 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
M.S. Geography (1991),
 National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan
B.S. Geography (1986),
 National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan

Research Interests
GIScience theory and techniques for integrating GIS and remote sensing in spatial decision-making. Specific projects focus on spatial modeling, simulation, and optimization techniques for land-use planning, emergency planning, and resources management.

Courses Taught
GEOG 4/575 Digital Compilation and Database Design
GEOG 4/581 Digital Image Analysis I - Introduction
GEOG 4/582 Digital Image Analysis II - Advanced
GEOG 4/588 GIS I – Introduction
GEOG 4/590 GIS Programming
GEOG 4/592 GIS II – Applications
GEOG 4/593 Digital Terrain Analysis

Graduate Students
Debbie Blackmore:
     GIS, remote sensing, water resource management, small UAVs
Lesley Bross:
     Using panchromatic sharpening with image differencing to monitor vegetation change at a former dam site
Kyle Goodman
Jeremy Grotbo
     Urban Geography and GIS, studying General Land Office Surveys 
Masound Momeni (SOE PhD): 
     An ecosystem service based approach for water resource management in an arid river  basin
Eric Nielsen (SOE PhD):
     Vegetation canopy structure estimation via multispectral remote sensing
Josh Schane  

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