Prof. Noam Levin

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Noam Levin is a Professor and Head of the Remote Sensing Lab since 2008.
He studies geographical and environmental patterns and processes of land cover changes in the face of human and climate induced changes using remote sensing and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) tools. Noam has published more than 80 peer reviewed articles on these and other related topics. In his work he combines field work, remote sensing of satellite images, spatial analysis of GIS layers, statistical analyses and modelling. Noam’s current research focuses on remote sensing of night lights as indicators of human activity, wildfires, conservation planning over spatial scales from local to global, landscape ecology, historical geography and aeolian processes. Noam has a great interest in maps, and in exploring new methods to analyze spatial information, from historical maps, GIS layers, aerial photographs and satellite images. He is an international PI at the ARC Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions (CEED).
For further details and updates, see Noam's:
Google scholar profile
Researchgate profile