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2007 CGA Conference: Remote Sensing Technology and Applications
The objective was to inform Harvard faculty members, researchers and students of the remote sensing technology, by showcasing ongoing research at Harvard that uses remote sensing, and by providing a high level, up-to-date overview of the technology and its applications.
2007 CGA Conference Presentations
Panel #1: Applications in Public HealthIntroduction of Panel MembersMarcia CastroSlidesJohn BrowensteinSlidesYang LiuSlidesChris PaciorekSlidesQ & A
Panel #2: Applications in Ecology and Environmental StudiesIntroduction of Panel membersPaul CoteSlidesDaniel JacobSlidesPaul MoorcroftSlidesQ & A
Panel #3: Applications in Archeology and HistoryIntroduction of Panel membersMagaly KochSlidesJoseph GreeneSlidesBjoern MenzeSlidesJason UrSlidesQ & A
Guest Presentation: From Launch Pad to Laptop: Accessing and Using Data from NASA's Earth Observing System
2007 CGA Conference Posters
Remotely Sensed Risk of Exposure to Malaria Transmission (PPT)
by Marcia Castro
Global Distribution of Urban Area and Protected Areas (PPT)
by Robert MacDonald
Additional Reference Materials
Tools for Monitoring the Environmental Processes of Earth: Satellites: a lecture from SEAS ES6 "Environmental Science and Technology"