Ph.D. in Geography and Environmental Studies, 2006, Carleton University
B.Sc. (Hons) in Forestry, 2000, Lakehead University
Contact Information: Darren Pouliot
CURRENT S&T / RESEARCH – Development and evaluation of multi-scale spatial and temporal information extraction methods from remote sensing datasets supporting a range of environmental applications. Main research topics include:
- Land cover, land cover update, and land cover time series generation.
- Land surface change detection and monitoring.
- Satellite time series processing for seasonality\phenology extraction.
- Structural characterization in regenerating forest environments.
- Software development for remote sensing and spatial data applications.
Pouliot, D., R. Latifovic, R. Fernandes, and I. Olthof. (2009). Evaluation of annual forest disturbance monitoring using decision trees and MODIS 250m data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 113: 1749-1759.
Pouliot, D., R. Latifovic, and I. Olthof. (2009). Trends in vegetation NDVI from 1 km AVHRR data over Canada for the period 1985-2006. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30:149-168.
Latifovic, R., and D. Pouliot. (2007). Analysis of climate change impacts on lake ice phenology in Canada using the historical satellite data record. Remote Sensing of Environment, 106:492-507.
Pouliot, D., D. King, and D. Pitt. (2006). Competition modelling in high-resolution leaf-off imagery for regeneration assessment. Remote Sensing of Environment, 102:223-236.
Latifovic, R., and D. Pouliot. (2005). Multi-temporal land cover mapping for Canada: methodology and products. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 31:347-363.
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