Dr. Alicia M. Kinoshita and Lauren Mathews, San Diego State University
November 6, 2019
Arundo donax May-July 2018 (top), and
regrowth July-November 2018 (bottom).
The Del Cerro study site shown with the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI).
Lauren Mathews and Deryk Godinez use high-resolution terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) after the fire in October 2018 to provide detailed images of the burned landscape (top). TLS image of a burned upland slope with chaparral (bottom).
Dr. Alicia M. Kinoshita is an Associate Professor in the Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering (CCEE) at San Diego State University. Lauren Mathews is a graduate student in the Environmental Engineering program in CCEE. COAST provided funding for this project through a Rapid Response Funding Program Award# COAST-RR-2017-04, August 2017 and Graduate Student Research Award# CSUCOAST-MATLAU-SDSU-AY1718, February 2018.