Doyle R. Watts
Department of EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Wright State University
United States of America
Associate Professor , works in Brehm Laboratory 267, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy., Dayton, OH 45435-0001
He is currently work on seismic reflection processing and interpretation projects. He supervise projects on processing of seismic data acquired by Wright State University, 3-D interpretation projects on data supplied by oil companies and new methods of seismic data processing. In remote sensing he supervised projects using LandSAT, ASTER, and MODIS data to map Gypsy Moth infestations in Ohio, West Virginia and Michigan, and relate land use and conservation practices in Greene County, Ohio to water quality. He initiated a program of collaboration with the Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom where he have been appointed Honorary Research Fellow.
Maruthi Sridhar, Balaji B. , Vincent, Robert K. , Clapham, Wentworth B. , Sritharan, Subramania I., Osterberg, John , Neale, Christopher M. U. and Watts, Doyle R.,2010, Mapping saltcedar (Tamarix ramosissima) and other riparian and agricultural vegetation in the Lower Colorado River region using multi-spectral Landsat TM imagery, Geocarto International, 25: 8, 649-662.
Hatim M. E. Geli, Chrisopher M. U. Neale, Doyle Watts, John Osterberg, Henk A. R. DE Bruin, Wim Kohsiek, Robert T. Pack, and Lawrence E. Hipps, 2012, Scintillometer-Based Estimates of Sensible Heat Flux Using Lidar-Derived Surface Roughness, Journal of Hydrometeorology, 13: 1317-1331.
Sumantra Chatterjee, Subramania Sritheran, Doyle Watts, and Thaddeus Tarpey, 2012, Estimating Palo Verde irrigation district evapotranspiration using MODIS enhanced vegetation index and micro-meteorological data, Remote Sensing and Hydrology, International Association of Hydrological Sciences Publication 352, C. M. U. Neale and M. H. Cosh eds., pp 406-409. ISBN 978-1-907161-27-8, ISSN 0144-7815