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Shimon Wdowinski

FCE Site Role
Project Collaborator

Affiliation
Florida International University

FCE Working groups
Carbon Cycling, Hydrology & Water Policy

  • Contact
    • Mailing address:
    • Department of Earth and Environment
    • Florida International Unversity
    • 11200 SW 8th Street, AHC5-388
    • Miami, FL 33199
  • Recent FCE Leveraged Projects
    Coastal flooding hazard in Florida: Evaluating the contribution of local subsidence

    Authors: Wdowinski, S.
    Funding organization: Florida Office of Insurance Regulation
    Time period: 01 Jul 2018 - 30 Jun 2022

    Cascading hazards: Understanding triggering relations between wet tropical cyclones, landslides and earthquakes

    Authors: Wdowinski, S.
    Funding organization: NASA
    Time period: 28 Jun 2017 - 27 Jun 2020

    Optimization of LiDAR data processing algorithms for wetland graminoid marsh and prairie vegetation

    Authors: Gann, D., P.C. Olivas, J.H. Richards, S. Wdowinski, K. Zhang
    Funding organization: National Park Service - Department of the Interior
    Time period: 15 May 2018 - 31 May 2020

    Detecting vegetation change along ENP Boundary areas

    Authors: Gann, D., S. Wdowinski
    Funding organization: National Park Service - Department of the Interior
    Time period: 03 Jul 2017 - 30 Sep 2019

  • Recent FCE Presentations

    Armitage, Anna R., R. Garcia and S. Wdowinski. 2019. High spatial resolution 2D wetland surface water flow modeling in the Everglades, Florida, constrained by Interferometric SAR observations. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 11, 2019.

    Zhang, B. and S. Wdowinski. 2019. Space-based monitoring of wetland surface water levels using Sentinel-1 SAR backscattering observations. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 11, 2019.

    Chavez, S., S. Wdowinski, D. Lagomasino, T.E. Fatoyinbo, B. Cook, E. Castañeda-Moya, R.P. Moyer, K. Radabaugh and J.M. Smoak. 2019. Observing changes in the mangrove forests of the south Florida Everglades following Hurricane Irma using remote sensing measurements. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 9, 2019.