The United Nations Millennium Ecosystem Assessment states: “ecosystems are critical to human well-being - to our health, our prosperity, our security, and to our social and cultural identity.” Conservation and biodiversity management
play important roles in maintaining healthy ecosystems. Earth observations can help with these efforts.
NASA’s Applied Remote Sensing Training Program (ARSET) will be providing a webinar series in January 2019 on how to use satellite imagery for Conservation & Biodiversity applications. This online webinar series introduces participants
to the use of satellite data for conservation and biodiversity applications. The series will highlight specific projects that have successfully used satellite data. Examples include:
monitoring chimpanzee habitat loss
decreasing whale mortality
biodiversity observation networks
Session One: Remote Sensing for Conservation
January 22, 2019
This session will focus on remote sensing for habitat suitability, species population dynamics, and monitoring wildfires.
Session Two: Remote Sensing for Biodiversity
January 24, 2019
This session will focus on the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEOBON), Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON), and essential biodiversity variables.
By the end of this training, attendees will:
•be able to outline uses of remote sensing for habitat suitability, species population dynamics, and monitoring wildfires
•learn about the Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network (GEOBON) Marine (MBON), and essential biodiversity variables.
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