Alice Deschamps

Image Alice Deschamps
Section Head - Monitoring Implementation

Support and lead the Monitoring Implementation Section science team under the Science and Technology subdivision within the Canada Centre for Remote Sensing (CCRS).

Current research and/or projects

Support the CCRS science management team on horizontal scientific activities and initiatives aligned with Division and Branch priorities. 

Education and awards

Management Skills Certificate, Carleton University - Sprott School of Business (2023)

Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, Algonquin College (2011)

Masters in Earth Sciences, University of Ottawa (2000)

Key publications

B. Brisco, Y. Shelat, K.Murnaghan, J. Montgomery, C. Fuss, I. Olthof, C. Hopkisnon, A. Deschamps, V. Poncos (2019). Evaluation of C-Band SAR for Identification of Flooded Vegetation in Emergency Response Products. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing45(1), 73–87.  

R. Fraser,  A. Deschamps, and S.V Kokelj.  Nested Watershed Mapping in a Reporting Framework for the NWT Cumulative Impacts Monitoring Program.   Geological Survey of Canada, Open File. 2014.

R. Fraser, I. Olthof, M. Carrière, A. Deschamps, and D. Pouliot, “A method for trend-based change analysis in Arctic tundra using the 25-year Landsat archive,” Polar Record, vol. 48, no. Special Issue 1, pp. 83–93, 2012.

R. H. Fraser, I. Olthof, M. Carrière, A. Deschamps, and D. Pouliot, “Detecting long-term changes to vegetation in northern Canada using the Landsat satellite image archive,” Environ. Res. Lett., vol. 6, no. 4, Oct. 2011.

R. Touzi, A. Deschamps, G. Rother, 2009.  Phase of target scattering for wetland characterization using polarimetric C-band SAR.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Volume 17, Issue 9.

R. Touzi, A. Deschamps, G. Rother, 2007.   Wetland Characterization using polarimetric RADARSAT-2 Capabilities. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol.33 Supp. 1, pp.S56-S67.


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