Past Webinars

10 Apr 2024
How do Earth’s changing surface and overlying vegetation inform us about natural disasters, carbon fluxes, ecosystem habitats, sea level rise impacts, and water availability? NASA’s Surface Topography and Vegetation (STV) Study aims to address this and other discipline specific questions.
25 Mar 2024
Combining multiple satellite remote sensing sources can provide a far richer, more frequent view of the earth than that of any single source; the challenge is in distilling this large volume of heterogeneous sensor imagery into meaningful characterizations of the imaged areas. This talk will present recent research in this area, discuss what worked and what didn’t work, and highlight opportunities for future research directions by the community.
20 Feb 2024
We are delighted to announce the joint award ceremony of the second edition of EO4SDG Mini-projects, and the Earth at Risk image contest organized by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society. The winners of the two competitions will get the chance to present their proposals and talk about the stories behind their outstanding EO data images followed by a Q&A session.
06 Feb 2024
Amid the rising food insecurity and climate challenges, there is a need for some urgent and crucial, coordinated actions. In this session, we will be focusing on these two different sub-saharan countries where we used geospatial data along with our pre-trained models (unsupervised and supervised models) to identify agricultural activity and, type of crops grown and estimate the yields for the crop of interest.
21 Dec 2023
In this talk, we pose questions and raise challenges to maximize the utility of the GNSS-T approach for remotely sensing both temporal and spatial dynamics of VWC. We provide the theoretical and experimental foundations to explain how the GNSS-T method provides information about the characteristics of VOD and VWC measurements.