Franz Meyer, Senior Quality Data Engineer at the Alaska Satellite Facility, began his career as a Remote Sensing Scientist at the Technical University of Munich in Germany. He continued his career at the German Aerospace Center, while attached to the Technical University of Munich as senior researcher and lecturer. In 2007, he joined the Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF). As Senior Data Quality Engineer for ASF, Meyer is responsible for data quality control of ASF’s synthetic aperture Radar (SAR) data and development of detection, estimation, and correction methods for ionospheric effects in single-pol, dual-pol, and quad-pol SAR data. He is also involved in the application of SAR and InSAR to studies of surface deformation, coastal change, tropospheric and ionospheric mapping, and permafrost change.

Science Review:

Meyer reviewed the following ACMP classroom lessons for scientific accuracy:

  • GPS Mapping
  • Long and Lat
  • Navigational Methods
  • Zoom Out

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