The Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems Working Group seeks to connect multidisciplinary efforts within the field. Group members study and model earth systems using remote sensing technology and geographic information systems (GIS). These technologies are used for a wide variety of applications, including geology, hydrology, oceanography, navigation, and interaction between systems.
The group facilitates information transfer of research ideas between members of academic, national, and governmental organizations in an effort to make available a holistic view of atmospheric, geographic, and hydrologic systems. Ultimately, it endeavors to affect social and political climates by dispersing the results of our collective research.
To join the remote Sensing Working Group, or to get in touch with a working group member, contact ESI at email@example.com.
Remote Sensing Working Group Members
- Kelley Crews-Meyer, Department of Geography & the Environment
- Clark Wilson, Department of Geological Sciences
- Byron Tapley, Center for Space Research
- Bob Schutz, Aerospace Engineering
- Todd Caldwell, Bureau of Economic Geology
- David Maidment, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering
- Gordon Wells, Center for Space Research
- Paola Passalacqua, Department of Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering