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Geography and Environmental SciencePostgraduate study

Mr Luke Brown BSc (Hons), MSc

Postgraduate Research Student

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Mr Luke Brown is a Postgraduate Research Student within Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Southampton.



BSc Geography (with First Class Honours) - University of Southampton (2011 to 2014)

MSc Applied Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing (with Distinction) - University of Southampton (2014 to 2015)



Research interests

Luke's main research interests are in the validation of satellite-derived vegetation products, satellite remote sensing of vegetation, near-surface remote sensing of vegetation, and field spectroscopy. He is interested in quantifying the uncertainty associated with satellite-derived vegetation products, and in assessing their sensitivity to non-canopy variables such as atmospheric aerosol content, snow cover, soil background, and view angle.

MPhil/PhD research:

Evaluation of terrestrial chlorophyll content products from ESA's Sentinel-2 and -3 optical sensors

PhD supervisors:

Dr Jadunandan Dash and Dr Booker Ogutu

Research group

Global Environmental Change and Earth Observation

Luke is a contributing member of the Sentinel-3 Mission Performance Centre (S3-MPC) Expert Support Laboratory (ESL) for OLCI L2 land products.

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Remote Sensing for Earth Observation (GEOG2007)

Introductory Geographic Information Systems (GEOG2010)

Terrestrial Ecosystems: Monitoring and Modelling (GEOG3065)

Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GEOG3006)

Programming Skills in Remote Sensing (GEOG6088)

Skills and Project Work (GEOG6026)



Mr Luke Brown
Building 44 University of Southampton University Road Southampton SO17 1BJ

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