Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Massachusetts
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Massachusetts Staff Member


Dr. Abhishek Kumar

Education

  • Ph D The University of Georgia 2021
  • MS National Institute of Technology Rourkela 2014
  • BS NM Institute of Engineering & Technology 2012

Biography

I have joined Massachusetts Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit in June 2021. I am working on Climate Adaptation Science Center funded project "Remote Sensing of Lake Drawdown and Cyanobacteria Blooms" in the Department of Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Over the last six years, I have been involved in several NASA and NSF projects at the University of Georgia, to process and analyze multi-platform remote sensing data for aquatic, environmental, and natural resource management issues.. My primary research interest is the applications of remote sensing and geospatial science in water resources, mangroves/forest/vegetation, and climate change studies. . I taught three remote sensing courses (as Teaching Assistant and Instructor of Record) at the University of Georgia in the Geography Department that include "Remote Sensing of Environment (GEOG 4350)", "Digital Image Analysis (GEOG 4450)", and "Field Methods in Remote Sensing (GEOG 4460)". There were both undergraduate and graduate level students in all three courses.

Presentations Presentation Date
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, and X. He. 2022. An integrated multi-sensor cloud-based framework to characterized winter water level drawdown of lakes and reservoirs. American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference, 12-16 September 2022, Golden, CO. September 2022
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, C. Butler, and X. He. 2022. A cloud-based framework to characterize winter water level drawdown of lakes in the northeast United States using satellite remote sensing. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, C. Butler, C.J. Gleason, and X. He. 2021. A multi-sensor cloud-based framework to characterize winter water level drawdown of lakes and reservoirs in northeast United States. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-17 December 2021, New Orleans, LA. December 2021
He, X., K. Andreadis, A.H. Roy, and A. Kumar. 2021. A hydrological modeling framework for assessing winter drawdown lakes management. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 12-16 December 2022, Chicago, IL. December 2022
He, X., K. Andreadis, A. Kumar, C. Butler, C.J. Gleason, A.H. Roy. 2021. Assimilation of satellite data in a hydrological model to improve the water level estimation in winter drawdown lakes, Massachusetts. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-17 December 2021, New Orleans, LA. December 2021