Remote Sensing of Environmental Change Research Group

Our Current Projects

Northern Large Lakes as Sentinels of Environmental Changes 
Northern Large Lakes as Sentinels of Environmental Changes 
Modeling Lake Ice and its Interactions 
Lake Ice Modeling
Investigating the seasonality of subarctic lakes in changing climate using satellite & field data
Subarctic Small Lake Ecosystems in Changing Climate
Remotely Sensed Monitoring of Northern Lake Ice Using RADARSAT Constellation Mission and Cloud Computing Processing
Remote Sensing 
of Lake Ice
COVID-19 Pandemic and Water Quality
Assessing impact of COVID-19 pandemic on water quality in Canadian lakes to facilitate upcoming water resources planning and management 
Managing Urban Eutrophication Risks under Climate Change: An Integrated Modeling and Decision Support Framework 
Urban Eutrophication Risks under Climate Change
Enhancing adaptive capacity and resilience of lakes and their watersheds 
    Lake Futures

About Us

Our research will support the emerging spectrum of environmental issues throughout cold regions, applying remote sensing methods and mathematical modeling. We study the response of cold region hydrology related to changing the climate, such as lake ice, snow cover, land cover incorporate satellite observations of surface and subsurface processes in mesoscale numerical models. Our current areas of interest include the development of statistical modeling and machine learning of the relationship between ice extent, environmental drivers, and water quality, the response of lakes to contemporary and projected climate conditions.

Latest News


PhD student, Michael Dallosch, presented at 43rd Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CSRS 2022)


ReSEC member awareded the Eastern Snow Conference Campbell scientific Canada prize 

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ReSEC Group participation in the Canadian Water Summit 2022!