Monitoring Lake Ice Thickness from Space in the Northwest Territories. Gifty Attiah, Geography and Environmental Studies
The 9th episode of Research Chat Season 2 features Gifty Attiah, an international student pursuing a PhD in Geography, interviewed by Caitlyn Lyons, a northern ecologist and environmentalist passionate about sustainability and science communication. Caitlyn is pursuing a PhD in Biological and Chemical Sciences at Wilfrid Laurier University.
The episode features:
- Gifty Attiah is an international student pursuing a PhD in Geography, a joint program run by Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Waterloo. Gifty is part of the Remote Sensing of Environmental Change lab and has a particular interest in using geospatial tools to solve environmental and climate issues.
- She shares her current research focused on monitoring lake ice thickness in the Northwest Territories using remote sensing and modeling.
- Additional information about the research and transcript (with relevant links) are available from wlu.ca/Research-Chat