The combined conference will be hosted by NASA, NOAA and the USGS, with an overarching theme of “Earth Observation – Continuous Monitoring of Our Changing Planet: From Sensors to Decisions.”
Pecora 21/ ISRSE-38 Joint Meeting Call for Abstracts: Due February 25, 2019
Visit the Pecora 21/ISRSE 38 meeting website for more information about the conference and to submit an abstract.
Join the Landsat Session at Pecora 21
A Landsat Session at the Pecora 21 Conference will cover how improvements to the quality and usability of the USGS Landsat archive have greatly reduced the preparatory work necessary for application scientists, land managers, and policymakers to do time series investigative analysis for monitoring and assessing landscape change.
The session, titled “The Next Generation of the Landsat Archive”, will include topics that have leveraged these Landsat archive improvements as well as the availability of new Landsat science products to improve our understanding of a changing Earth.
To join this session and submit your abstract, visit this Pecora 21/ISRSE 38 meeting website by February 25, 2019 and include the Session ID (SP20) as a keyword.
Established by the USGS and NASA in the 1970's, Pecora meetings serve as a forum to foster the exchange of scientific information and results derived from applications of Earth-observing data to a broad range of land-based resources, and to discuss ideas, policies, and strategies concerning land remote sensing.