With over a decade of experience at GISTDA and a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Colorado at Boulder, Sitthisak Moukomla is a well-rounded geographer with a strong background in remote sensing. His graduate certificate in Remote Sensing from the Department of Aerospace Engineering further demonstrates his expertise in this field.
Sitthisak’s research has focused on the use of remote sensing to understand the impacts of climate change on natural hazards, including flood, drought, and forest fire. His work on the surface energy balance, a key factor in understanding climate change, has been particularly noteworthy. By studying the energy balance at the Earth’s surface, Sitthisak has been able to gain insights into the mechanisms driving climate change and the ways in which it impacts the natural world.
Overall, Sitthisak’s extensive education and experience make him a valuable asset to any team seeking to understand and address the challenges presented by a changing climate. His skills and knowledge in the field of remote sensing are sure to be an invaluable asset in any setting where these tools are used to study and mitigate the impacts of climate change.