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Mallik Mahmud
University of Calgary

(Biography) Mallik Mahmud is a Doctoral student at the Cryosphere Climate Research Group at the Department of Geography, University of Calgary. His research focuses on multi-frequency polarimetric microwave remote sensing observation of sea ice with particular interest on satellite-based sensors. He is currently investigating the utility of L-band SAR mission for sea ice observation in the Arctic. Mallik completed his MSc in 2015 from the University of Calgary where he worked with time series RADARSAT dataset to investigate sea ice melt onset in Canadian Arctic over the large temporal scale.

 

Project Member

Sea Ice - Understanding and Modelling Ocean-Sea Ice-Atmosphere Biogeochemical Coupling in a Changing Climate

Student Information

Thesis Title not available

Thesis Abstract not available

Network Supervisors:
John Yackel

Primary Address

University of Calgary
Department of Geography
2500 University Dr NW
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4

Phone: (587) 432-2827

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