Lyndsey Dowell

Graduate Student – MSc in Integrated Studies in Land and Food Systems                                          

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  • BA Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (2014)

Research Interests

  • Remote sensing and geospatial analysis
  • Ecosystem services
  • Land cover and land use change
  • Agroecology
  • Sustainable soil management

I am interested in how data-supported insights can open communication channels that improve working relationships between farmers and the public sector. Utilizing remotely sensed data, I look at regional changes that will affect environmental and economic benefits provided by the landscape (i.e. soil, plants, animals), primarily in an agricultural context.

Current Research

Detecting Changes in Hedgerow and Riparian Buffer Carbon Storage in the Lower Fraser Valley

For more detail: Project page

Previous Research

Palm Oil Mill Data: A Step Towards Transparency


Fulbright Student Fellowship – 2017/2018

Faculty of Land and Food Systems Graduate Award – 2018

G. Gary RUNKA Award in Agricultural Soil Science – 2018