Jason Dail

Improving Detection of Clearing and Regrowth in Woodlands Using Synthetic Aperture Radar

University of Queensland

Jason Dail is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland and will be working on developing effective methods for mapping and monitoring changes in vegetation and coastal ecosystems.

Dail completed his Bachelors in Geosciences, Minoring in Geospatial Technologies, at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. His MSc in Geography of Environmental Risks and Human Security was obtained through the joint international program between the University of Bonn and the United Nations University in Bonn, Germany. His master’s thesis focused on monitoring and assessing the outcomes of mangrove restoration projects using remote sensing.

Project Title: Improving Detection of Clearing and Regrowth in Woodlands Using Synthetic Aperture Radar

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