U.S. Department of Interior (DOI), Michigan Tech is the primary
Dr. Miller enjoys solving real-world problems at the intersections of remote sensing, fire science, wetlands, and environmental modeling. For the last twenty years, she has been developing analytical tools to support land management decision-making by integrating remote sensing and environmental modeling. Current projects include a NASA SmallSat project to map coastal wetlands using remote sensing and hydrological modeling to map connectivity, developing erosion modeling tools to guide post-fire remediation, creating a physically-based model for predicting dry ravel after wildfires, and forecasting post-fire effects for fuels planning on a watershed scale. Dr. Miller is also proud to serve on the Department of Interior National Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team.
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Why do you contribute to AEOIP? I believe the AEOIP mission to bridge the gap between earth observations and resource management is important.
How has AEOIP helped you and your organization? The AEOIP has introduced me to many collaborators!