Megs Seeley

Megs Seeley is a remote sensing expert who specializes in conservation ecology. Her research focuses on developing methodologies that provide data-driven solutions to environmental issues. Megs earned her Ph.D. in Geography at Arizona State University. Her dissertation focused on the spectral ecology and conservation of Metrosideros polymorpha, an endemic and keystone Hawaiian forest tree, using imaging spectroscopy. Before joining Arizona State University, she worked at Yosemite National Park and NASA DEVELOP. While with DEVELOP, Megs partnered with resource management agencies and city governments to address local environmental issues such as hurricane impacts on coral reefs, urban heat, and socioeconomic disparities in air pollution exposure using remote sensing.