Our research attempts to understand how anthropogenic modifications of the natural landscape impact various soil-related ecosystem services using a range of earth observation and geospatial data science techniques. Specifically, GEMS lab is interested in studying the effects of land management and climate change on soil organic carbon, soil hydrology, water resources, and crop yield at local to regional scales. 

Research Interests


University of British Columbia, Canada  

University of Northern British Columbia, Canada   

BSc (Hons) in Geology

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Professional Appointments

Purdue University, USA

Agriculture and Agri-Food, Government of Canada

Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden

Dalhousie University, Canada

Terramera Inc., Canada

Michigan State University, USA