L. Monika Moskal

  • Associate Professor
  • University of Washington
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  • Caileigh Shoot

    Caileigh Shoot University of Washington

  • Kamil Onoszko

    Kamil Onoszko Jagiellonian University in Krakow

  • Michael Hannam

    Michael Hannam Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

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    Jonnie Dunne

  • Van Kane

    Van Kane

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Publications

Uncertainty in urban forest canopy assessment: Lessons from Seattle, WA, USA

Richardson J, Moskal L

Urban Forestry & Urban Greening (2014)

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Retrieval of Effective Leaf Area Index in Heterogeneous Forests With Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Zheng G, Moskal L, Kim S

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2013)

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The Sharper Image: Hyperspatial Remote Sensing of Wetlands

Meghan Halabisky, Michael Hannam, A. Lexine Long, Chris Vondrasek, Moskal L

WSP (2013)

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Computational-Geometry-Based Retrieval of Effective Leaf Area Index Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Zheng G, Moskal L

IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (2012)

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Hyperspectral Analysis of Soil Nitrogen, Carbon, Carbonate, and Organic Matter Using Regression Trees

Gmur S, Vogt D, Zabowski D, Moskal L

Sensors (2012)

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Professional experience

Associate Professor

University of Washington

June 2006 - Present

Education history

University of Kansas

PhD

August 2000 - May 2005 (4 years 9 months)