Chippie Kislik

Position: UC Berkeley

Chippie Kislik is a graduate student in the Kelly Lab at UC Berkeley. Her research focuses primarily on the applications of unmanned aerial vehicles in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, with an emphasis on how multispectral imagery can identify nutrient and water availability in native oak species, as well as primary producers (algae & macrophytes) in the Klamath River. Chippie has a Part 107 Remote Pilot certification, and she loves to fly her Phantom 4 Pro drone. She is also exploring the capabilities of the Parrot Sequoia multispectral camera in her work.