Phuong D. Dao, Physical Geography PhD Student

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Home Campus:
U o f T Mississauga

Other Degrees:
M.Sc. in Remote Sensing Science and Technology, National Central University, Taiwan, 2015.
B.Eng. in Surveying Engineering, University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam, 2011.

Honours & Awards:
Graduate Student Research Awards, Centre for Global Change Science, University of Toronto, 2017.
Connaught International Scholarship, University of Toronto, 2016.
University of Toronto Fellowship, University of Toronto, 2016.
NCU International Student Scholarship, National Central University, 2013.
Award for the excellent oral presentation, ICEO&SI2014, 2014.
Award for outstanding student, University of Mining and Geology, 2010.
The Third prize, 11th National Physics Olympiad, Vietnam, 2008.

Supervisor(s):
Professor Yuhong He

Contact Information:

University of Toronto
Office: William G. Davis Building, Rm. 3207
            Sidney Smith Hall, Rm. 617A
Email: phuong.dao@mail.utoronto.ca

Research Interests:

  • Remote Sensing
  • Geographic Information System
  • Plant physiology
  • Drought Stress

Selected Publications:

Dao, P.D., He, Y., Lu, B. 2019. Maximizing the Quantitative Utility of Airborne Hyperspectral Imagery for Studying Plant Physiology: An Optimal Sensor Exposure Setting Procedure and Empirical Line Method for Atmospheric Correction. International Journal of applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 77, 140–150.

Chan, H.-P., Chang, C.-P., Dao, P.D. 2017. Geothermal Anomaly Mapping Using Landsat ETM+ Data in Ilan Plain, Northeastern Taiwan. Pure and Applied Geophysics: 1–21.

Dao, P.D., Liou, Y.-A. 2015. Object-based flood mapping and affected rice field estimation with Landsat 8 OLI and MODIS data. Remote Sensing 7(5): 5077-5097.

Research Clusters:
Earth-Surface Processes and Hydrology