Research and Professional Interests
Francisco Artigas received his PhD in Environmental Science from The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. He was formerly a Research Associate Professor at Rutgers University. His research focus is Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing to manage and visualize environmental information. He is currently involved in research that uses high resolution hyperspectral remote sensors to study marsh ecosystem functioning and developing sensor networks for water quality monitoring and spatially explicit coastal flood warnings. He is currently the Senior Scientist and Director of the Meadowlands Environmental Research Institute.
JHU Water Magazine articles authored:
Water in the Environment
Francisco Artigas, geographical information systems, remote sensing