Department of Geographical Sciences will be hosting the second bi-lateral workshop between University of Maryland and Lund University (Sweden) "Advancing methods for multi-temporal satellite and in-situ data analysis" on May 1-2, 2017 at Hartwick building. The first workshop from the series took place in Lund on February 27-28, 2017. The workshops are funded by the UMD/LU Joint Research Workshop grant program aimed to support joint research collaborations.
Some of the topics that will be discussed during the coming workshop are:
- Satellite-based mapping of forests, croplands, settlements, surface water, and other types of land cover and land use;
- Monitoring vegetation phenology and productivity using time-series of satellite data;
- Modeling of bioshpere-atmoshpere gas exchange and carbon dynamics;
- Forest mapping in support of conservation monitoring.
For more details, download workshop program
Lunch will be provided on Monday (May 1) and Tuesday (May 2). Please, RSVP for lunch by Thursday, April 27 using this link.