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November 16, 2015
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Junhak Lee, Ph.D.
Ecosystem Scientist, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
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Dr. Junhak Lee is an ecosystem scientist specializing in spatial data analysis using Geographic Information Science (GIS) and remote sensing. Dr. Lee obtained his Ph.D. in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management from the University of California, Berkeley in 2010. Before joining UTA in 2013, he conducted postdoctoral research at UC Berkeley and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. His research uses spatially explicit and data-driven approaches to model carbon and water cycle by assessing the relationship between biophysical characteristics and ecological processes in natural and built environments. Currently, Dr. Lee oversees the GIS certificate program at the Department of Earth and Environmental Science and teaches four online course and independent studies that train students to use GIS and remote sensing technologies for their research and professional careers. As a co-PI, he completed a project “Climate Change/Extreme Weather Vulnerability and Risk Assessments for the Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Transportation Infrastructure” funded by NCTCOG.