Contact Information

Marius Necsoiu, Ph.D., PMP
Certified Mapping Scientist-Remote Sensing
(210) 522-5541
mnecsoiu@swri.org

Earth & Planetary Geomatics

Image: A broad range of geomatic capabilities are brought together for Earth and planetary science studies at SwRI.

A broad range of geomatic capabilities are brought together for Earth and planetary science studies at SwRI.

"Geomatics is the science and technology of gathering, analyzing, interpreting, distributing and using geographic information." Source: Natural Resources Canada

A broad range of geomatic capabilities are brought together for Earth and planetary science studies in the Geosciences and Engineering Division (GED) at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI). These geomatics capabilities broadly include:

Recent Publications

Necsoiu M., A. Onaca, S. Wigginton, and P. Urdea. “Permafrost Creep and Rock Glacier Dynamics in Southern Carpathian Mountains From High-Resolution Optical and Multi-Temporal SAR Satellite Imagery.” Remote Sensing of Environment. Vol. 177, pp.21-36. 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2016.02.025.

Necsoiu M., M. Mîndrescu, A. Onaca, and S. Wigginton. “Recent Morphodynamics of Alpine Lakes in Southern Carpathian Mountains using High-Resolution Optical Imagery.” Quaternary International. 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2015.12.032.

Necsoiu M., G.R. Walter. “Detection of Uranium Mill Tailings Settlement Using Satellite-Based Radar Interferometry.” Engineering Geology. Vol. 197, No. 30. pp 267-277. 2015. ISSN 0013-7952, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enggeo.2015.09.002.

Liljedahl, A., J. Boike, R. Daanen, A. Fedorov, G. Frost, G. Grosse, L. Hinzman, Y. Iijima, J. Jorgenson, N. Matveyeva, M. Necsoiu, R. Raynolds, V.Romanovsky, J. Schulla, K. Tape, D. Walker, C. Wilson, and H. Yabuki, “Ice Wedge Degradation: Why Arctic Lowlands are Becoming Wetter and Drier (Invited).” Nature Geosciences. 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2674.

Related Terminology

Earth and planetary geomatics  •  Earth sciences  •  planetary sciences  •  geo-spatial data management  •  geoinformatics  •  data mapping  •  geographic information systems  •  GIS  •  global positioning systems  •  GPS  •  visualization and modeling  •  Earth-orbiting satellites  •  aerial imagery  •  optical and radar remote sensing  •  multispectral  •  hyperspectral  •  radar interferometry  •  data sharing systems

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04/15/14