Lydia Sam
Lydia Sam

Lydia Sam

Space Technology
Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
lydia.sam@ltu.se
+46 (0)920 493820
A3437 Luleå

Lydia Sam is a remote sensing expert with a background in Geography. She specialises in glacio-hydrological studies, elevation modelling and remote sensing-based image processing with relevant field experience. She received DAAD scholarship (TU Dresden, Germany) while doing her doctoral research in environmental science with focus on glaciology. Currently she works, among other subjects, on performing analogical studies relating terrestrial glaciology with Martian landforms.

Publications

Chapter in book

Analysing Geospatial Techniques for Land Degradation Studies in Hindu Kush-Himalaya (2019)

Bhardwaj. A, Kumar. R, Sam. L
Part of: Environmental Change in the Himalayan Region
Article in journal

Are Slope Streaks Indicative of Global‐Scale Aqueous Processes on Contemporary Mars? (2019)

Bhardwaj. A, Sam. L, Martin-Torres. J, Zorzano Mier. M
Reviews of geophysics, Vol. 57, nr. 1, s. 48-77
Chapter in book

Climate and Remotely Sensed Markers of Glacier Changes in the Himalaya (2019)

Sam. L, Kumar. R, Bhardwaj. A
Part of: Environmental Change in the Himalayan Region
Article in journal

Discovery of recurring slope lineae candidates in Mawrth Vallis, Mars (2019)

Bhardwaj. A, Sam. L, Martin-Torres. J, Zorzano Mier. M
Scientific Reports, Vol. 9
Article in journal

Distribution and Morphologies of Transverse Aeolian Ridges in ExoMars 2020 Rover Landing Site (2019)

Bhardwaj. A, Sam. L, Martin-Torres. J, Zorzano Mier. M
Remote Sensing, Vol. 11, nr. 8