Satellite remote sensing of global environmental changes

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Day: 4/3/2019
Start / End Time: 4:30 PM / 6:10 PM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Stones Throw 3 - Mica, Marriott, Lobby Level
Organizers: Dongdong Wang
Chairs: Dongdong Wang

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This will be an oral session on satellite remote sensing of global environmental change. Satellite remote sensing has developed rapidly during recent decades and become an efficient tool to monitor the dynamics of the Earth’s system. Various reasons including natural variability and anthropogenic activities are continuously altering the Earth’s environments that sustain the human being and other livings on the Earth. Satellite remote sensing is the only practical approach to map such environmental changes with the global coverage. This session will solicit the presentations on studying global environmental changes with satellite remote sensing data, including but not limited to the development and validation of algorithms to monitor global environmental changes, as well as the analysis and application of existing satellite data products in addressing issues of global environmental change.

Organizers:
Dongdong Wang & Shunlin Liang
University of Maryland, College Park


Description

This will be an oral session on satellite remote sensing of global environmental change. Satellite remote sensing has developed rapidly during recent decades and become an efficient tool to monitor the dynamics of the Earth’s system. Various reasons including natural variability and anthropogenic activities are continuously altering the Earth’s environments that sustain the human being and other livings on the Earth. Satellite remote sensing is the only practical approach to map such environmental changes with the global coverage. This session will solicit the presentations on studying global environmental changes with satellite remote sensing data, including but not limited to the development and validation of algorithms to monitor global environmental changes, as well as the analysis and application of existing satellite data products in addressing issues of global environmental change.

Organizers:
Dongdong Wang & Shunlin Liang
University of Maryland, College Park


Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Li Lin*, CSISS, George Mason University, Liping Di, CSISS, George Mason University, Eugene Yu, CSISS, George Mason University, Junmei Tang, CSISS, George Mason University, Chen Zhang, CSISS, George Mason University, Zhenyu Tan, CSISS, George Mason University, Md Shahinoor Rahman, CSISS, George Mason University, Haoteng Zhao, CSISS, George Mason University, Building Near-Real-Time MODIS Data Fusion Workflow to Support Agricultural Decision-making Applications 20 4:30 PM
Presenter Lei Ji*, ASRC InuTeq, contractor to USGS EROS Center, Gabriel B. Senay2, USGS EROS Center, Naga Manohar Velpuri, ASRC InuTeq, contractor to USGS EROS Center, Stefanie Kagone, SGT, contractor to USGS EROS Center, Evaluating the temperature difference (dT) parameter in the SSEBop model with satellite observed land surface temperature data 20 4:50 PM
Presenter Lee Ann Nolan*, West Virginia University, Aaron Maxwell, West Virginia University, Tim Warner, West Virginia Unversity, The Effect of Satellite Imagery's Spatial Resolution on Shrub Land Cover Classification and Habitat Metrics in the Eastern United States 20 5:10 PM
Presenter Dongdong Wang*, , Shunlin Liang, University of Maryland, New global high-resolution products of incident shortwave radiation and photosynthetically active radiation from MODIS 20 5:30 PM

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