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About Tsegaye Tadesse

Tsegaye Tadesse is an assistant professor in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's School of Natural Resources and climatologist in the National Drought Mitigation Center (NDMC). Tadesse has been an assistant professor in the NDMC since 2005 and was a research associate there from 2002 to 2005. His research interests and areas of expertise are in drought monitoring, natural resource management, team leadership and development, climate change and variability, human impacts on the environment, remote sensing/GIS, data mining and risk management, among others.
Summary of Expertise:
•Drought & Vegetation monitoring expert. Successful, enthusiastic researcher with 11+ years of post-doctoral experience in drought and vegetation monitoring, agricultural development, remote sensing, and climate change/variability at national and international levels
•Team Leader. Effective at managing professional teams and collaborating with others to reach objectives
•Collaborator. Proficient at developing partnerships among universities, business, and industry
•Teacher. Excellent at developing educational programs that connect with many learning groups focused on practical and hands-on learning
Specialties:Drought, Vegetation Monitoring, Climate change & variability, food security

Positions

Present Assistant Professor,, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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Present Climatologist and Remote Sensing Expert, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
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