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Prof Jadu Dash 

Professor in Remote Sensing, Faculty Director of Enterprise,GECEO Research Group Leader

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Jadu Dash is currently a Professor in Remote Sensing within Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton. He has been a member of staff in Geography and Environment since 2006.

 

 

 


Qualifications
PhD University of Southampton (2005) "The MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index"
M Tech (Civil Engineering) Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, 2002
MSc (Geology) Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India, 2000

Employment
2006-Present, Lecture in Remote Sensing, Geography and Environment, University of Southampton Programme leader MSc Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis
2005-2006, Research Assistance, Geography and Environment, University of Southampton
2000-2001, Teaching Assistant, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India

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Research interests

Dr Dash has a strong research background in pure and applied remote sensing, particularly in algorithm development and validation of biophysical products from EO data, spatio-temporal analysis of EO data to understand the state of the world’s ecosystems and to study the impact of climate change on the ecosystem. He was awarded the COSPAR & Russian Academy of Science Zeldovich Medal for 2012.

His current research focuses on

  1. Satellite derived land surface phenology and its validation with ground data.
  2. Developing a chlorophyll content based production efficiency model to quantify terrestrial carbon uptake.
  3. Impact of extreme climatic events on vegetation phenology.
  4. Long term monitoring and impact of climate and anthropogenic pressure on agricultural productivity in South Asian countries using space time data analysis.
  5. Land product development and validation for ESA Sentinel 2 and 3 mission.
Research projects
  • MERIS extended validation and exploratory approach for high resolution optical sensors (ESA
  • Characterisation of the phenology detection threshold for environmental change detection and monitoring (TSB)
  • Sentinel 3 products and algorithm definition (ARGANS)
  • Validation of the ENVISAT MTCI geophysical product (ESA)

Research group

Global Environmental Change and Earth Observation

Research project(s)

Pathways of resilience to future storms

MERIS Extended Validation and Exploratory Approach for High Resolution Optical Sensor

Climate-proof habitat refugia - Dormant

Programme Leader: MSc Applied Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing

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Prof Jadu Dash
University of Southampton University Road Southampton SO17 1BJ

Room Number:44/2093

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