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Earth Observation Lecturer in Practice

Dr Johnson’s research is focused around the use of remotely sensed Earth Observation data for applications related to the land environment. Her principal areas of interest include the use of Earth Observation data for land cover/land use change mapping (especially long term multi-decadal change), soil moisture and flooding, conservation and agricultural applications of remote sensing (including climatic impacts and pastoralism). She is also exploring the potential of agent based models to reveal spatial and temporal aspects of animal interactions with the landscape.

Dr Johnson is especially interested in the application of science into practice and hence work with a wide variety of stakeholders both in research, industry and with NGOs.