Earth Observation from Space (at Mary Winspear Centre)

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From a vantage point in space one can look down upon the entire Earth and view its beauty, as well as the impacts of human occupation. Remote sensing from space, using a multitude of sensors, enables us to gather scientific and geographic data on a worldwide scale. The weather, climate, oceans, land use, forests, agriculture, mining, urban spread and other economy-related aspects are all being studied today. This enables researchers to better understand and monitor Earth’s resources. This lecture will examine the various means used to gather data from space and how it is being used here on Earth.

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