Tag: Seminar

Seminar: NASA’s Earth Observation Programs

How is NASA observing the Earth?   Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 5th, from 12 – 1 pm  for Observing Forests from Space: NASA’s Interests and Capabilities in Earth Observation and Forest Inventory   Learn about NASA’s Earth observation programs such as GEDI (Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation Lidar) which is collecting LiDAR data for whole … Continued

Seminar: The Globe in 3D

See the world how it really is, in fully immersive 3D. Maxar is building the highest resolution and most accurate 3D map of the planet, providing rich datasets and visualization options. Learn about this impressive project and get an overview of the products and capabilities that add dimension to your view of the Earth, from … Continued

Mapping Social Justice in Conservation (A Centroid-NR493 Crossover Seminar)

Join us Monday, April 19th, for a Spatial Stories presentation on Mapping Social Justice in Conservation, with Dr. Sara Bombaci of the Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Department.   This event is a joint effort between the Geospatial Centroid and the NR493 GIS/Remote Sensing Seminar course. Presented over Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/99752137542?pwd=dmhqSTlKbGFlNnlNbGtROGQ2NUxiZz09 Questions? Email e.tulanowski@colostate.edu 

Wolves in Colorado: Habitat Suitability and Conflict Risk Modeling (A Centroid-NR493 Crossover Seminar)

This seminar has passed, but you can watch the recording here: https://youtu.be/Mn818Qqtx-w   Join us on Monday, Feb. 22nd as Dr. Mark Ditmer, Postdoctoral Fellow in the CSU Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department discusses his research on wolves, including wolf habitat suitability modeling, and predicting risk of human-wolf conflicts.   Learn more about this … Continued