Clement Obeng Manu
Clement is a geospatial enthusiast with proficiency in natural resource application and forestry practices. His research interest focusses on using remote sensing for forest monitoring, estimating total biomass, classification, plant phenology, and time series analysis. He holds an MSc in Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation for Natural Resources Management from The University of Twente and a Bachelors degree in Geomatic Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). His MSc research focused on the effect of tree canopy on UAV generated DTM and its effects on the estimation of biomass/carbon. Clement worked with FORM Ghana as a GIS Analyst and eLEAF as an Image Analyst. He speaks English and Twi.