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Remote Sensing

Programs Tagged with "Remote Sensing"

Coastal Sand Ecosystems
Exploring ecological and geomorphic form, process, and interaction at the land-sea junction
Geospatial Technology
The Hakai geospatial team uses cutting-edge technology to help researchers map, model, and understand the physical world.
Kwakshua Watersheds Program
With this program we seek to understand and model the flux of terrestrial materials from land to sea.

Research Elements Tagged with "Remote Sensing"

Hakai Institute Sensor Network
Meteorological stations, stream stations, and terrestrial sensor nodes.
Landscape and Climate Controls on Terrestrial Ecosystems
Examining landscape and climate controls on ecosystem composition and function in a complex coastal-landscape mosaic.
Nearshore Habitat Mapping
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
UAVs for mapping, photography, and 3D modelling.

Latest Blog Posts Tagged with "Remote Sensing"

Paddling a Science Canoe
Three rain-gear-clad scientists crammed into a canoe and quietly paddled across a Guinness-colored lake. For six damp hours they meandered in a zigzag pattern from one shore to the other to gather a key piece of missing information—how deep is the lake?
Mapping British Columbia’s Deflating Glaciers
When the Hakai Institute expanded our research umbrella, we started at the top—BC’s coastal glaciers and snowpack. And when it came to methods, we went straight to the obvious tool to study ice and snow—lasers.

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