Postdoctoral Research Fellow
As a postdoctoral research fellow, Jake Dialesandro (he/him) brings a passion for using remote sensing and geospatial data to solve urban climate and environmental justice issues. He recently graduated with a Ph.D. in geography from UC Davis with a focus on urban climatology and remote sensing.
Before joining the Geography Graduate Group at UC Davis, Jake was a geospatial research analyst for two years with the USDA Southwest Climate Hub in Las Cruces, New Mexico at the Jornada LTER Research site studying climate change impacts in agriculture and snowpack in the Southwestern U.S. Jake also served five terms with NASA DEVELOP as an assistant center lead and project lead at the Tempe, Arizona and Pocatello, Idaho nodes. He holds a Master’s of Applied Geography degree from New Mexico State University and Bachelor’s degree in GIS from Kent State University.