Earth Science Professor Publishes Article as Part of International Team

Mark Noll, professor of geology in the Department of Earth Sciences, is a co-author on a paper published in the journal Remote Sensing. Dr. Noll was part of an international team with researchers from Australia and India.

Mark Noll, professor of geology in the Earth Sciences department, is a co-author on a paper just published in the journal Remote Sensing. Dr. Noll was part of an international team with researchers from Australia and India. The lead author, Pankaj Kaushik, is currently a visiting researcher in Dr. Noll’s lab.

The paper, Assessing Changes in Terrestrial Water Storage Components over the Great Artesian Basin Using Satellite Observations, looks at the application of satellite-based remote sensing tools for the evaluation of water resources over Australia’s Great Artesian Basin, the largest artesian aquifer system in the world. Results show that satellite-based observations may be used as a valuable tool in assessing and managing sustainable water use.

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