Dr. Asa Gholizadeh studies soil and strives to understand how soil functions respond to environmental changes. Her work focuses on the monitoring and assessment of crop and soil as well as the application of proximal and remote sensing in agriculture and environment monitoring. Dr. Gholizadeh’s current research examines soil spectroscopy and carbon mapping for use in climate change mitigation.
She started her academic career studying agricultural engineering in Iran and continued studying precision agriculture in East Asia and environmental monitoring using proximal and remote sensing in Europe. In her free time, Dr. Gholizadeh enjoys trying out new cafes and exploring nature in all her wide-ranging travels.