NRM PhD student presented on talk “Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Forest Carbon Measurement”
On 22 August 2018: Our NRM PhD student, Manjunatha was invited to present on talk “Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for Forest Carbon Measurement” at the International Conference on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Environment. Organized by Hokkaido University, Japan
Manjunatha is a doctoral student of Natural Resources Management in the Department of Development and Sustainability in AIT’s School of Environment, Resources and Development. His advisor is Dr.Nophea Sasaki.
He also credited the technovation to Dr. Nophea Sasaki and thanks to Dr. Ram Avtar for the invitation
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