May 05, 2015 - June 02, 2015
This webinar series focuses on regional and global observation resources for conservation management. It provides a basic overview of remote sensing, tools for accessing and visualizing relevant NASA Earth science data, and case study applications for utilizing these tools for conservation management. The target audience for this series are NGOs (national and international) focused on conservation and biodiversity issues.
- Provide an overview of remote sensing, details on how to access and visualize relevant NASA Earth science data, and how to use these data for conservation and biodiversity issues.
- Assist NGOs and land management professionals in decision-making through the use of NASA data, relevant tools, and assessment methods.
The target audience for this series are NGOs (national and international) focused on conservation and biodiversity issues.
- Five 1-hour sessions
An overview of satellite remote sensing and conservation applications. Includes a review of the course structure and objectives, an overview of ARSET, global conservation issues that can be addressed with remote sensing, and the fundamentals of remote sensing. View the Recording
A brief overview of session two, an overview of habitat monitoring, an overview of land cover mapping, how to access U.S. & global land cover products, uses of land cover products, land cover change detection methods, change detection visualization tools, and demonstrations of the Map of Life. View the Recording