HEMA Affiliated Centers
The Department of Forestry and Natural Resource's HEMA lab research affiliations are listed here:
Purdue Discovery Park Center for the Environment. The Center for the Environment (C4E) is devoted to the study of environmental quality and economics at regional scales. The multidisciplinary center involves over 200 faculty from over 5 different colleges at Purdue's main campus and the Purdue North-Central campus.
Purdue Interdisciplinary Center for Ecological Sustainability. PICES is a multidisciplinary group of faculty in the Colleges of Agriculture and Science who are interested in issues related to sustainability and ecosystems.
Purdue Climate Change Research Center. This research group is composed of faculty from several departments that focus on issues of related to understanding the biophysical and human dimensions of climate change at different spatial and temporal scales.
Purdue Terrestrial Observatory. PTO is an organization of faculty and staff devoted to increasing the use of remote sensing information in research and decsion making. Purdue has invested substantial resources in establishing real-time satellite imagery downloads.
Laboratory for Remote Sensing (LARS). One of the oldest remote sensing research laboratories in the world is located here at Purdue.
Ecological Sciences and Engineering (ESE). This is an Interdisciplinary Graduate Program (IGP) at Purdue. Graduate students can study a variety of topics across areas in engineering, science and agriculture.
Last updated March 6, 2011