Ms. Shiqi Tao is a Doctoral Student in the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University.
She applies remote sensing and artificial intelligence to understand forest cover change under human and natural impacts.
Her research focuses on mapping solar panel farms and examining their environmental change in Massachusetts (United States) based on satellite observations and ancillary spatial datasets.
She conducts research under the supervision of her advisor, Prof. John Rogan.
She is the leading author of a recently published research article on “Mapping photovoltaic power stations and assessing their environmental impacts from multi-sensor datasets in Massachusetts (United States)” in the journal of Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. This work is under the guidance by John Rogan and in collaboration with Su Ye and Nicholas Geron.
She is also a coauthor on more than a dozen of publications that cover topics broadly on food-water-energy nexus, remote sensing applications, land use and cover change, and ecosystem dynamics. A full list of publications can be found here.
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M.S. in Geography, 2019
Michigan State University
B.S. in Geographic Information Science, 2016
Chengdu University of Technology