Vicky Vanthof (M.Sc.) Thesis topic: Using satellite synthetic aperture radar remote sensing to monitor rainfall harvesting systems in India.
Paul Donchenko (M.Sc.) Thesis topic: remote sensing of snow on sea ice.
Hongjing Chen (M.Sc.) Thesis topic: Using satellite synthetic aperture radar for wet snow mapping.
Kasurak, Andrew (Ph.D.) Thesis topic: Active & passive microwave remote sensing of seasonal terrestrial snow.
John Coughlin (M.Sc.) Thesis topic: Radar remote sensing of snow in forest canopies.
Michael Allchin (at UNBC, S. Dery supervisor) (Ph.D.) Thesis topic: Exploring Spatio-Temporal Relationships Between Snow-Cover and Landscape Albedo through the Ablation Season in the Cariboo Mountains.
Jason Goetz (at University of Jena, Germany, Supervisor A. Brenning) (Ph.D.) UAV observations of snow in European alpine areas.
Jeff Chan (M.Sc.) Thesis title: Monitoring Ice-dammed Glacier Lake Outburst Floods in the Karakoram Using Visible-Infrared Satellite Remote Sensing Observations.
Current position: consultant.
Aaron Thompson (M.Sc.) Thesis title: Observations of Moderate to Deep Seasonal Snow in Agricultural Fields with a Radar Scatterometer at Ku- and X-band Frequencies
Current position: PhD Student, University of Waterloo.
Jessie Tan (M.Sc.) Thesis title: Monitoring Soil Moisture and Freeze/Thaw State Using C-band Imaging Radar.
Qinghuan Li (M.Sc.) Thesis title: Exploring the use of MODIS forest transmissivity for correcting passive microwave observation of snow-covered terrain/landscape
Mike Brady (M.Sc.) Thesis title: Changes in Sea Ice Motion and Exchange in the Beaufort Sea: 1997-2012. (Co-supervised with C. Derksen, Environment Canada).
Current position: Research Assistant, Environment Canada.
Xiao Xu (PhD) Thesis title: Exploring the Use of Remote Sensing CO2 Data to Measure the CO2 Concentration Enhancements Caused by Coal-fired Power Plants. (Co-supervised with P. Parker)
Current position: consultant.
King, Josh (Ph.D.) Thesis title: “Remote sensing of tundra snow with Ku- and X-band radar”
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow, Environment Canada.
Luus, Niina (Ph.D.). Thesis title: “Improving estimates of net ecosystem CO2 exchange between the Arctic land surface and the atmosphere”
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany.
Ryan Ahola (M.Sc.) Thesis title: “Parameterization & Implementation of a Soil Radar Backscatter Model with Applicability to Radar Observations of a sub-Arctic Environment”.
Current position: Radar specialist, Macdonald Dettweiller Associates, Ottawa.
Mascioli, Antony (MES). Geomatics.
Current position: Consultant, Blue Heron Environmental
Neilly, Michael (M.Sc.). Thesis title: “Multiscale modelling of snow depth over an agricultural field in a small catchment in southern Ontario, Canada”.
Current position: Vice President, Caledon Hills Cycling and Nordic Centre
Oldham, Jason (M.Sc.). Thesis title: “Mapping snow pack depth in the town of Uxbridge, Ontario, using and airborne laser scanner”.
Current position: System Product Manager, Optech Inc.
Casey, Alec (M.Sc.). Thesis title: “Dual-polarization (HH/HV) RADARSAT-2 ScanSAR observations of new, young and first-year sea ice”.
Current position: Ph.D. Candidate, University of Alberta.
Bao, Zhenhao (Postdoctoral Fellow). Snow cover extent and snow mass climatologies in Canada.
Current position: Research Associate, University of Regina
Luus, Niina (MES). Modelling NPP in arctic terrain using remote sensing data.
Kasurak, Andrew (MES). Geostatistical modelling of snow in the Yukon.
Taruvinga, Kanya (MES 2009). Remote sensing of gulley erosion in the Blood River catchment, South Africa.
Waite, Holly (MES 2009). Thesis title: “Remote sensing of land cover change in the Niagara Escarpment”.
Current position: Source Water Protection Planner, County of Oxford.