3 PhD Opportunities in Remote Sensing of Vegetation and Snow in Mid- to High-Latitude Ecosystems Graduate Research Assistantships (PhD) Available to Study Remote Sensing of Vegetation and Snow at Boise State University Boise State University Department of Geosciences has three PhD … (Read More) 3 PhD Opportunities in Remote Sensing of Vegetation and Snow in Mid- to High-Latitude Ecosystems
Nayani Ilangakoon has received a 3-year NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship – Congrats Nayani! (Read More) BCAL PhD student Nayani Ilangakoon receives NASA ESSF!
Come check out our talks and posters at ESA in Portland! 1. Remote sensing from leaf to landscape – Nancy Glenn – 2.30 pm August 7th – Session OOS2 https://eco.confex.com/eco/2017/webprogram/Session12870.html 2. Mapping Vegetation Biodiversity of Semi-Arid Ecosystems Using Hyperspectral Remote … (Read More) BCAL will be at ESA!
BCAL’s Zach Uhlmann will present Correlating Snow Depth Distribution to Forest Canopy at the SnowEx Workshop to be held on August 8 – 10, 2017, in Longmont, Colorado. If you are planning on attending, go visit him to learn about point … (Read More) Zach Uhlmann to present at Snow-Ex
The FEMA Region X award to acquire LOTS of lidar data in Southeast Idaho is in coordination phase now – we collected the Big Wood River data last fall and will now be collecting in multiple regions in Southeast Idaho. … (Read More) Southeast Idaho lidar acquisition will be underway soon.
A brief introduction to whitenose syndrome and a demonstration of the multiple ways the Idaho Army National Guard is using remote sensing technology along with in situ monitoring to take a proactive approach to the management of whitenose … (Read More) Video of bat cave habitat and TLS
Check out the new Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussion paper on LiDAR for the Critical Zone! This is a relatively new open access method to broaden perspectives in earth sciences and promote open discussion. The paper is now accessible … (Read More) LiDAR for the Critical Zone: new HESSD paper now open for Interactive Public Discussion