Victoria Miles

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Researcher
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Victoria Miles

Research interests

Dr. V. Miles at NERSC, will manage the project and coordinate the efforts of the participants. She has 25 years of experience with environmental studies, remote sensing, and GIS. She developed an approach to combine used remote sensing and in-situ data to monitor the air pollution impact on vegetation (Miles et al, 2003), and later, contributed to enhanced synergistic approach to monitor Siberian forest. The most recent works of V.Miles connect to the local and regional vegetation change under the anthropogenic and climatic change issues (Miles, 2016, Miles 2019). She is studying effects on the Arctic urban climate (Miles., 2017) and perform high-resolution environmental risk assessment and management (Miles, 2019). She has worked in several significant EU projects (EON +Nature 2000), the Belmont Forum HIARC project on ecosystems and social adaptation to the climatic and anthropogenic disturbances, and a series of COPERNICUS services. The last completed project (TRAKT-2018; https://www.nersc.no/project/trakt-2018) demonstrated, among other aspects, the feasibility and usability of the proposed synergistic approach (high-resolution observation, high-resolution modeling-risk assessment) in the case of the Arctic city, Russia.

NERSC Principal Investigator of the following projects

Peer Review Publications and Books

12 total publications.

Other Publications

2010

  1. Johannessen OM, Korablev A, Miles V, Babiker M, Khvorostovsky K. Dynamic of tidewater glaciers in the Sermilik Fjord system and fjord-shelf interaction. In: Palaeoclimatology, oceanography and glaciology in the Helheim Glacier region WORKSHOP. GEOLOGICAL MUSEUM Øster Voldgade 5-7, 1350 Copenhagen K, March 25 and 26 - 2010: 2010.
  2. Miles V. Helheim outlet glacier interaction with the Sermilik Fjord on the East Greenland Coast [Internet]. World Climate Research Programme workshop on seasonal to multi-decadal predictability of polar climate. 2010;Available from: http://www.atmosp.physics.utoronto.ca/SPARC/PolarWorkshop/main.html