Tarendra Lakhankar

Tarendra Lakhankar

Tarendra Lakhankar is a NOAA-CREST Researcher developing and managing research based projects that integrates water resources and environmental engineering with satellite based remote sensing. The research activities are focused on utilization of satellite data, Geographical Information System, and information technologies to study the impact of climate change and variability on water resource availability and hydrologic responses of both urban and natural watersheds, land use / land cover monitoring, environmental monitoring and assessment, and their sustainable development. Tarendra is also the principal investigator of CREST-SAFE, snow research experiment that are designed to develop/improve snow retrieval algorithm using remote sensing data to support NOAA/NASA missions, located at Caribou ME.

Poster Session: NOAA-Sponsored Science JPSS

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This poster session allows for one-on-one interaction between the poster presenter and viewer. The topics are related to, but not limited to covering the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) and other polar-orbiting satellites (both domestic and international). A wide range of areas will be covered, including: weather, space, cyrosphere, hazards, land and ocean.

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Poster Session: NOAA-Sponsored Science GOES-R

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This poster session allows for one-on-one interaction between the poster presenter and viewer. The topics are related to, but not limited to covering the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES)-R/16 and other geostationary-orbiting satellites (both domestic and international).  A wide range of areas will be covered, including: weather, space, cyrosphere, hazards, land and ocean. Moderators: Gary McWilliams and […]

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