Sara Hanna

Lecturer - Geospatial Science

My research interests are wide-ranging but are generally focused on landscape ecology, climate change and the use of remote sensing and geospatial technology to analyze and solve real-world issues. I enjoy teaching geospatial analysis to a wide range of students and encouraging students to use technology to explore and analyze issues that are important to them.

As well as teaching at HSU, I am also the on-campus coordinator for the L.W. Schatz Demonstration Tree Farm and a member of the HSU Institute for Spatial Analysis, Modeling and Monitoring and an FAA licensed remote pilot.

 

Education

M.S. Humboldt State University, Natural Resources
B.S. UC San Diego, Environmental Systems: Ecology, Behavior & Evolution

Courses Taught

GSP 216 - Introduction to Remote Sensing

Research

Publications

Hanna, S.K. and Fulgham K.O. 2015. Post-fire vegetation dynamics of a sagebrush steppe community change significantly over time. California Agriculture 69(1):36-42

Presentations

Hanna, Sara, K.O. Fulgham. 2012. Post-Fire Succession in a Sagebrush Steppe and Western Juniper Community in Northeastern California. Presentation at the Technical Session: Wildland Fire; Society of American Foresters National Convention, Spokane, Washington. 

Sara Hanna
(707) 826-4065
206A Forestry Building