Locations

GLED

Geospatial Lab for Environmental Dynamics
paulg@uidaho.edu

College of Natural Resources

phone: (208) 885-4946

875 Perimeter Drive MS 1133
Moscow, ID 83844-1133
Malaspina Glacier, Alaska

Reveley Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics



The Thomas L. and E. Teita Reveley Geospatial Education and Research Complex and Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics focuses on all aspects of environmental remote sensing from traditional analysis of multispectral remote sensing to the cutting-edge application of geospatial methods such as LiDAR, flux towers, and Hyperspectral sensors to characterize landscape-regional-global scale process.

Spatial measurements are at the core of all Natural Resources research and management, whether we are using a GIS to map plant or animal populations or are using LiDAR for forest inventory measurements.

Mission: To conduct basic and applied research in the use of remote sensing and GIS technologies for the inventory, monitoring, and modeling of managed and natural ecosystems. Support strategic research initiatives of the Department, College and University.

Purpose: Understand ecosystem structure and function, and promote sustainable land management through the integration of advanced tools, analysis methods, and knowledge.



Geospatial image of Atlas Mountains Thomas L. and E. Teita Reveley Geospatial Education and Research Complex and Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics Vierling Geospatial image of Lena Delta

The Reveley Geospatial Laboratory for Environmental Dynamics is co-directed by Dr Paul Gessler and Dr Lee Vierling and is located in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho.

The lab focuses on all aspects of environmental remote sensing from traditional analysis of multispectral remote sensing to the cutting-edge application of geospatial methods such as LiDAR, flux towers, and Hyperspectral sensors to characterize landscape-regional-global scale process.

Spatial measurements are at the core of all Natural Resources research and management, whether we are using a GIS to map plant or animal populations or are using LiDAR for forest inventory measurements.