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Faculty Profile
Bahram Salehi

Bahram  Salehi

Bahram Salehi

Assistant Professor

416 Baker Lab


Research Interests

My Google Scholar Profile

Building on 19+ years of academic and industrial R&D in Iran, Canada, and the U.S, my research interests have evolved to Remote Sensing of Environment. Currently my lab's (Salehi-Geolab) primary research focuses are wetland mapping and monitoring in national scales, forest above ground biomass change and carbon storage monitoring in state-wide and regional scales, water quality monitoring and prediction for inland waters, and 3D modelling of urban trees and forests.  To do these, Salehi-Geolab core expertise are:

  • Polarimetric and Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR);
  • Multispectral Remote Sensing including SmallSat data;
  • UAV and Photogrammetry;
  • Image Processing and Machine/Deep Learning of RS data


Salehi-Geolab at SUNY-ESF

For details of my research lab (Salehi-Geolab) at ESF including Projects, Research, Publications, People (Students), Teaching, Service, and Products, please refer to the following links: