Curtis Woodcock to deliver Keynote Address at Remote Sensing Conference in Berlin
Earth & Environment Chair Curtis Woodcock is in Berlin, Germany this week to participate in “Frontiers in Earth Observations Land System Science,” the 5th Workshop of the EARSeL Special Interest Group on Land Use and Land Cover.
The Workshop is a joint venture by the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL) and NASA’s Land-Cover/Land-Use Change Program.
The event is taking place from March 17th to 18th and features four half day sessions focused on different themes surrounding Remote Sensing.
Prof. Woodcock delivered the opening Keynote Address at the first session on “New sensors and emerging opportunities for land use and land cover monitoring.”
His address was titled “Monitoring Land Change: New Observations and New Opportunities.”