Karem Chokmani

INRS - Centre Eau Terre Environnement | Canada

Dr. Karem Chokmani is a professor in remote sensing and statistical hydrology at the INRS University (Quebec City, Canada). He holds a PhD in geomatics from Université Laval (Quebec City), a M.Sc. in agriculture engineering from the same university and B.Sc. in agricultural engineering from INAT (Tunisia). His work focuses on the development of methodologies for estimating and monitoring of water resources, both locally and regionally, promoting the application in hydrology of remote sensing data and geospatial tools.

– GARI: Versatile tool for flood risk management and analysis in a context of climate change

March 26, 2019 at 14:00