Dr. Andrew Marx publishes in “Remote Sensing Applications”

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Congratulations to USC Spatial’s Dr. Andrew Marx, Associate Professor of the Practice of Spatial Sciences, on his article Analysis of Panamanian DMSP/OLS nightlights corroborates suspicions of inaccurate fiscal data: A natural experiment examining the accuracy of GDP data now published in Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment.

Dr. Marx’s research focus is on improving the uses of satellite imagery to inform domestic and international public policy. His research interests include the development of remote-sensing methods and techniques for time-series analysis of urban watershed/forestry management, conflict monitoring and urbanization.

In the Fall 2017 semester, he is teaching SSCI 580: Spatial Computing and SSCI 586: GIS Programming and Customization.

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