Wasin Chaivaranont

Dr Wasin Chaivaranont

Completed associate student
Dr Wasin Chaivaranont

Dr Wasin Chaivaranont studied at the Climate Change Research Centre in the Faculty of Science at the University of New South Wales. He submitted his thesis on how remotely sensed degree of curing and fuel load vary in grasslands and how it effects fire spread modelling in August 2017.

Wasin found that grassland fire spread prediction is a challenging area and requires careful consideration of fuel related parameters and variabilities across space and time. He now works in Bangkok. 

His thesis is available here.

Student project

This study utilised new microwave-based vegetation indices, in combination with other visible and near infrared remote sensing techniques, to develop cost-effective ways of estimating fuel load and enhancing the result of estimations from remote sensing techniques.
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