Mukesh Subedee

I am a geospatial scientist at Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies (HRI) at Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi where I use GIScience, remote sensing and spatial analysis to model and understand geoenvironmental changes in coastal environment. Currently, I am involved on a project to assess the environmental and socioeconomic impacts of sea level rise along the Texas coast. Before joining HRI, I worked at U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as a researcher/developer to set up web mapping services for the National Atlas of United States (retired in September 2014).

My previous experience in U.S. Geological Survey augmented my interest in the collection, management, manipulation and representation of spatial data, and the use of GIScience and remote sensing on societal, environmental and political implications in the policy- and decision-making processes. My research interests are in the field of GIScience, remote sensing and spatial analysis, and in using them as tools for disseminating the information for the prediction of future scenarios.