We have posted the recording of our most recent installment of the Luncheon Lecture Series “Remote Sensing of the Last Frontier” on vimeo. The presentation was by Dr. Gabriel Wolken, Alaska DGGS, and focused on the use of Remote Sensing in the aftermath of the 2015 debris flows disaster in Sitka, Alaska. He shared a lot of interesting information about the contribution of remote sensing to this event and summarized some of the lessons learned.
You can find the recording here.
The IEEE Alaska Section GRSS Chapter is currently involved in the Alaska-wide airborne radar remote sensing campaign AK-ArISE2014. More details about this exciting community-funded mission can be found on our “Activities” pages and on the mission webpage. The mission webpage includes a daily blog and links to associated videos that you might find interesting.
Please attend the upcoming luncheon lecture by
Dr. Brian Hynek, University of Colorado Boulder
Was Early Mars Inhabitable? – Searching for Clues at Earth’s Most Extreme Places
Friday September 05, 2014 from 11:30am – 1pm
to be held at the Finish Line Restaurant next to the Alpine Lodge, 4920 Dale Road, Fairbanks, AK
For more information, please download the luncheon announcement.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the IEEE AK GRSS ExCom We are involved (as guest editors) in an upcoming special issue of the Journal of Sensors entitled “Ocean and Sea Ice Applications of SAR”. Find more information in the Special Issue Announcement.
Dear Alaska GRSS Community,
We finally got around to redesign the IEEE AK GRSS web presence. The pages were redesigned and content was updated. Please provide feedback and leave us notes.
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