Environmental Visualization Stream

Environmental Visualization with Drones and geospatial remote sensing refers to a sophisticated array of techniques that allows researchers to collect and analyze detailed data for mapping across huge spans of the Earth. This particular research stream depends on techniques that allow researchers to “see” below the Earth’s surface. To understand these challenges and, thus, how best to address those in an ever-changing world, this research stream uses state-of-the-art techniques in both field and lab work. The research carried out by first-year students in the Environmental Visualization research stream at Binghamton University include projects ranging from archeology to seismology to petroleum geology.

Environmental Visualization with Drones is cross-disciplinary in nature

Environmental Visualization

Geotechnical Engineering
Environmental Conservation & Sustainability
Public Health

Environmental Visualization with Drones research intersects the traditional disciplines of Geology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Studies, Anthropology, and Geography. The research questions our FRI students investigate, in particular, are to better understand subsurface features of Earth and thus, contribute to addressing today’s environmental problems.