Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering
225 South University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093
- Environmental and Natural Resources
Keith works to integrate field based observations, remote sensing products and hydrology models to address questions and concerns related to environmental change and to further our understanding of land-atmosphere interactions and the hydrologic cycle. His recent research has included the impact of snow and soil frost on the surface water and energy balance in the upper Mississippi River basin, as well as an investigation of the applicability of aircraft- and satellite-based thermal remote sensing to monitoring stream temperatures.
Publication reprints available upon request or at my Google Scholar page.