John Sulik

J. Sulik
Assistant Professor

Email:

Phone:

(519) 824-4120 x58242

Fax:

(519) 763-8933

Education:

B.S. Political Science, Florida State University;

M.S. Geographic Information Science, Florida State University;

Ph.D. Geography, Florida State University

Location:

Crop Science Building

Room:

CRSC 401

Research Interests:

Biophysical remote sensing, energy & sustainability, agronomy, machine learning, GIS techniques, unmanned aerial systems

Courses:

AGR*2050 Agroecology

Relevant Links:

Selected Publications:

Sulik, J., Newlands, N., and Long, D. (2017). Encoding Spatial Dependence in Bayesian Causal Networks. Frontiers in Environmental Science (4) 84.

Wallhead, M., Zhu, H., Sulik, J., and Stump, W. (2017). A Workflow for Extracting Plot-level Biophysical Indicators From Aerially Acquired Multispectral Imagery. Plant Health Progress 18.

Sulik, J., Long, D. (2016). Spectral considerations for modeling yield of canola. Remote Sensing of Environment. 184.

Sulik, J., Long, D. (2015). Spectral Indices for Yellow Canola Flowers. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 36: 10.

Zhao, T., Bell, L., Horner, M.W., Sulik, J., and Zhang, J. (2012).  Consumer Responses towards home energy financial incentives: A survey-based study. Energy Policy. 47.

Zhao, T., Horner, M.W., and Sulik, J. (2011). A geographic approach to sectoral carbon inventory: Examining the balance between consumption-based emissions and land-use carbon sequestration in Florida. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

Sulik, J., Edwards, S. (2010). Feature Extraction for Darfur: Geospatial Applications in the Documentation of Human Rights Abuses. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 31: 10.