Michelle Filiatrault

Remote Sensing Analyst

To process and analyze geospatial forestry data including aerial/spaceborne LiDAR, UAV photogrammetry, and optical remote sensing for projects such as: the multi-source vegetation inventory which models ground measurements using airborne and spaceborne LiDAR to generate forest structure attributes across the Taiga Plain ecozone in the NT; national forest fire mapping and production of the National Burn Area Composite; multi-temporal change detection of spruce budworm defoliation; investigating spectral unmixing techniques of optical data for aspen dieback mapping; and most recently the processing and analysis of UAV photogrammetry to examine restoration success along linear disturbances in northern Alberta.