M.S., Geospatial Engineering,(2011)State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
B.S., Forest Engineering (2009)State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.
I am interested in using remotely sensed data to help solve problems of sustainability and climate change. Currently, I am working with digital photography and satellite imagery to assess glacial melt water runoff in western Greenland.
Gleason, C.J., & J. Im, (2011), A review of remote sensing of forest biomass and biofuel: options for small scale applications. GISRS 48 (2), 141-170
Gleason, C.J. & J. Im, (2012), Determining tree crown dimensions from airborne LiDAR data using a modified hill climbing algorithm and object recognition. PE&RS 78 (7)679-692
Gleason, C.J., & J. Im, (2012)Quantifying forest biomass for biofuel production from airborne LiDAR data using a transferrable model. In Press, RSE
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NASA ESS Fellow
UCLA Chancellor's Fellow
SUNY ESF Presidential Scholar
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