Doctor Kashif Mahmud

I am a Research Scientist in the Department of Geography at Indiana University. I am a modeler and remote sensing expert with both hydrogeology and terrestrial carbon cycle background. I love coding and do have real passion for both research and teaching. I am interested to understand the response of the carbon cycle and terrestrial ecosystems to climate and environmental changes. I am using data assimilation methods to constrain global carbon cycle sink projections and modeled carbon-climate feedbacks. Previously I developed numerical tools based on Training Image for stochastic subsurface modeling. I also presented a quantitative analysis of the morphology and spatial distribution of cave ceiling features based on LiDAR data to identify subsurface flow processes and quantify groundwater recharge.

Lincoln's Rock, Wentworth Falls, NSW Australia

Recent news

On December 16th, 2020: At 2020 AGU Meeting, I presented a poster in the session B110 - Emergent Behavior in the Terrestrial Carbon Cycle II. Here's the poster and the narration of the work.

On October 6-8th, 2020: I attended the 2020 Ameriflux Annual Meeting and presented our work on semi-arid ecosystem model optimization at the meeting. I really like the exciting and user-friendly platform "Gather" used in the meeting which offered plenty of opportunity for interactions with academics, scientists and Ameriflux site PIs.