Prof. Jeffrey Cardille
Associate Professor, McGill University
Jeff is a professor at McGill University who studies land-cover change, forest connectivity, and lake carbon content. He works on large environmental questions at regional, continental, and global scales using a wide variety of approaches, including remote sensing, GIS, supercomputing, simulation modeling, and cutting-edge techniques in computer science. As a teacher, he has taught around 1000 students about geographic information systems at McGill.
My lab involves students at undergraduate and graduate degree levels, who focus their diverse skill sets towards both independent and collaborative projects. To learn more about these students and their projects, or opportunities for getting involved with my lab, please select from the following options: