Eli Melaas to defend dissertation this Thursday at 2:00 in CAS 132
Earth & Environment Ph.D. Candidate Eli Melaas will be defending his doctoral dissertation this Thursday, June 5th, 2014, at 2:00 pm in CAS 132.
Eli’s dissertation is titled “Using Eddy Covariance, Remote Sensing and In situ Observations to Improve Models of Springtime Phenology in Temperate Deciduous Forests.”
Eli is a Ph.D. Candidate in Geography and Environment. His primary advisor is Professor Mark Friedl and his research interested include remote sensing and modeling of phenology.
Eli’s dissertation defense will be open to the public; please come out and support Eli!