Justyna is a Research Associate in the Center for Geospatial Analytics and an ASPRS Certified UAS Mapping Scientist. She is a geographer, cartographer, and GIS specialist who has been working with UAS-obtained imagery since 2012, processed countless UAS-obtained datasets, and teaches NC State graduate students how to use drones in their research. She also co-leads a public UAS Operations and Analytics Workshop for non-student professionals and researchers.
- UAS for Wetland Mapping and Hydrological Modeling , REMOTE SENSING (2019)
- Effects of land abandonment and climate change on soil erosion An example from depopulated agricultural lands in the Sudetes Mts., SW Poland , CATENA (2016)
- Overland flow analysis using time series of sUAS- derived elevation models , International archives of the photogrammetry remote sensing and spatial (2016)