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Laser-based remote sensing of subsurface water properties

Remote sensing of ocean and coastal waters is of high importance to the defence and environmental science sectors. The overarching goal of this project is to develop laser-based methods based on Raman and/or fluorescence spectroscopy and transition them to the field. Read more

Raman LiDAR Spectroscopy Techniques for Remote Sensing of Subsurface Water Properties: from numerical modelling to the field

Remote sensing of ocean and coastal waters is of high importance to the defence and environmental science sectors. The overarching goal of this project is to demonstrate a capability to determine subsurface temperature and salinity profiles using a novel Raman spectroscopy LiDAR technique. Read more

Applications of 5G based Passive Sensing

With the rise of “smart” devices and Internet of Things (IoT), modern and future wireless communication technologies, such as 5G, are moving to higher bands in the electromagnetic (EM) spectrum, previously reserved for sensing applications. Read more

Scene analysis and data augmentation

In the last few decades, image sensors attached to airborne platforms, UAVs or satellites have evolved making possible the capture of high-resolution multi-spectral images. Read more

Drone-based measurements of volcanic gas

This project focusses on the measurement of volcanic gases using airborne drones. Accurate measurement of volcanic gas composition and gas flux provide powerful insights into the natural processes which control precursory, eruptive and post-eruptive volcanic activity. Read more
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Offshore wind farms effects on ocean fronts and seabirds

  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
The UK is a global leader in marine renewables, and offshore wind farms (OWFs) are predicted to expand rapidly in future. However, potential deleterious biodiversity impacts mean we must do more to quantify and mitigate such effects and guide policy decisions. Read more

Spatial variations of the urban boundary layer – what are the feedbacks from anthropogenic heat fluxes?

The next generation of weather models will have high resolution sub-km modelling. These will be used to inform critical decisions about how cities operate day-to-day into the future. At this scale, the different neighbourhoods of a city can be distinguished. Read more

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