Dr. Hamdi A. Zurqani
Assistant Professor of Geospatial Science in Natural Resource Management and Conservation
University of Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station, Arkansas Forest Resources Center, University of Arkansas at Monticello
110 University Court
University of Arkansas, Monticello, AR 71655, USA
Office: B203 – Forest Resources Complex
Phone: +1(870) 460-1248
NRM3014 Intro. to GIS, GNSS & RS (UAM) (4-credits)
NRM3123 Remote Sensing (UAM) (3-credits)
NRM3113 Advanced GIS (UAM) (3-credits)
FRS 502V Advanced Geospatial Analysis and Applications (UAM) (3-credits)
NRM2082 Applications in Natural Resources Sampling and Monitoring (UAM) (2-credits)
FOR4340/6340 GIS for Natural Resources Lab (CU) (3-credits)
SW2064 Remote Sensing and its Application (UOT) (3-credits)
SW1113 Geographic Information Systems (UOT) (3-credits)
SW1014 Fundamentals of Soil Science (UOT) (3-credits)
Dr. Zurqani has focused his research efforts on the development of applications for new technologies in the field of environmental information sciences, geo-intelligence (advanced geo-information science and earth observation, machine and deep learning, and big data analytics), remote sensing, sUAS/drones, land evaluation, pedology (i.e., soil genesis and classification), land use management/ planning, monitoring and evaluating sustainable land management, change detection of landscape degradation, and geographic information system models.
Extension and Outreach
Dr. Zurqani strives to spread his knowledge throughout the state and the nation. His work allows interdisciplinary cooperation, data-rich analytics research, and active outreach across a range of scientific fields (agriculture, forests, and climate change) with major societal impacts. Dr. Zurqani works closely with community and business leaders, policymakers, educators, students, and members of the general public to ensure the sustainability and proper use of natural resources.
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