In the Media

Research links decline in hemlock forests to changes in water resources ›

Scienmag | April 06, 2017
Professor of Remote Sensing Crystal Schaaf is one of the co-authors on a study that is the first to show an increase in water yield — the amount of water reaching streams and rivers — resulting from forest damage caused by an insect pest called the hemlock woolly adelgid.

Beautiful scans recreate Treak Cliff Cavern in Derbyshire ›

Daily Mail | August 19, 2015
Professor of Remote Sensing Crystal Schaaf's students used the Compact Biomass Lidar (CBL) to 3D map the Treak Cliff Cavern in Derbyshire.

NASA scientist takes measure of the planet ›

The Washington Post | August 26, 2014
Professor of Remote Sensing Crystal Schaaf is quoted in this article on her former student.

Professor Crystal Schaaf’s Lab

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