News and Links


>> 16th December, 2020: Kashif presented at the virtual AGU Fall meeting today! Take a look at his presentation on using model-data assimilation to identify the processes causing underestimates in modeled semi-arid NEE here.

>> 3rd December, 2020: Rubaya is featured in the graduate student spotlight of the IU Geography Fall 2020 Newsletter! Check out her interview here.

>> 7th October, 2020: Kashif presented his work on semi-arid ecosystem model optimization at the 2020 Ameriflux Annual Meeting. Despite the virtual format the meeting offered plenty of opportunity for interactions with Ameriflux PIs via the Gather platform!

>> 5th October, 2020: Rubaya successfully passed her PhD qualifications exam. Congratulations Rubaya!

>> 2nd March, 2020: Rubaya has been awarded the John Odland Research Fellowship by the IU Department of Geography. Congratulations Rubaya!

>> 20th January, 2020: Natasha featured in the promotional video for IU’s new supercomputer “Big Red 200” talking about how faster computing systems help climate modeling research (skip to ~22:35)

>> 1st January, 2020: Natasha has been appointed an Associate Editor of the AGU Journal on Advances in Modeling Earth Systems (JAMES):

>> 9th December, 2019: Rubaya Pervin gave an excellent presentation on her research on “Multi Data Fusion Remote Sensing Methods for Detecting Semi-Arid Shrub Cover” at AGU today! Rubaya won an AGU Fall Meeting 2019 Student Travel Grant to attend the conference. She also won travel grants to attend AGU from the IU College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Geography.


Find out more about Rubaya’s work here.

>> 9th and 13th December, 2019: Natasha presented two invited posters at AGU this week: one on Satellite Carbon Cycle Model-Data Assimilation and another on Modeling the Semi-Arid Carbon Cycle.

>> 3rd September, 2019: A big welcome to Kashif Mahmud who joined the lab today! Kashif has just moved from Australia where he was working with Belinda Medlyn. Find out more about Kashif’s recent research on his website here.

>> 26th April, 2019: Heidi Takada –  who has been working with our group as part of the IU Sustainability Scholars program – presented her research on the “Drivers of Mangrove Change in Southeast Asia” today at the Spring 2020 Sustainability Scholars Symposium. Congratulations to Heidi on completing the program!

heidi_posterYou can read more about Heidi’s work by taking a look at her poster here and her GIS website here.

>> Check out this new Remote Sensing special issue on “Remote Sensing of Vegetation Phenology”. Natasha is a Guest Editor. Submit to the special issue Submit to the special issue here! Deadline 30th April 2020.

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  • Natasha is a member of 500 Women Scientists. Find out more here.