Dr. Caiti Steele

Assistant Professor/Adjunct Professor
GIS Remote Sensing, Jornada Experimental Range Department of Fish, Wildlife & Conservation Equality

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Biography

Dr. Caiti Steele is an Assistant Professor for GIS Remote Sensing and Jornada Experimental Range. Also, she is an Adjunct Professor for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology. Her areas of research and interest are Improving estimates of snow-covered area for prediction of streamflow from snowmelt dominated basins. Using state-and-transition models for potential-based rangeland classification. Physiology and reflectance characteristics of native and invasive arid grassland species. Radiometric calibration of hyperspatial digital imagery

Specialty Topics/Focus: 

  • Improving estimates of snow-covered area for streamflow from snowmelt
  • state-and-transition models for potential-based rangeland classification
  • Physiology and reflectance characteristics of native and invasive grassland species
  • Radiometric calibration of hyperspatial digital imagery

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Contact Information:

Phone: 575-646-4144
Email:caiti@nmsu.edu