The workshop will focus on how the strategic integration of remote sensing has the potential to support wetland resilience efforts of state, tribal, and local programs.
Dr. Kathryn Smith was invited to present on remote sensing and wetland resilience for a workshop hosted by Environmental Law Institute
From predicting sea level rise to monitoring watershed changes, remote sensing techniques can help us better understand how wetlands react to changing environments. Yet, with more technologies available than ever before, it can be difficult for wetland programs to determine what data to use and how to use it in resilience management and decision-making. The workshop focuses on informing managers of existing and emerging remote sensing technologies and using these data to understand and improve wetland resilience to future environmental change.
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