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This Wednesday: Mapping the Spread of Aquatic Plants From the Air with Susan Ustin of UC Davis - CITRIS Research Exchange

Fall 2016 CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series
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"Mapping Aquatic Plants From the Air"
Susan Ustin

Director, Center for Spacial Technologies and Remote Sensing
A CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar
Wednesday, September 21
12:00pm - 1:00pm
310 Sutardja Dai Hall
Banatao Auditorium

UC Berkeley
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About the Speaker

Susan Ustin is a Professor of Environmental and Resource Science and Director of the Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing (CSTARS) at UC Davis. She works with imagining spectroscopy and other emote sensing systems at a variety of scales, from leaf level to global. Among other studies, she has included mapping vegetation distribution and abundance, including invasive species mapping and mapping biological soil crust in semiarid regions. She has developed methods to quantify canopy water content and wildfire risk. She is currently a member of NASA's MODIS Science Team and the Science Team for the planned HYSPIRI satellite and other previous NASA science teams. She has worked with numerous satellite and airborne optical systems, thermal images, and small footprint LiDAR and RaDar.

 

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Live webcasting of each CITRIS Research Exchange seminar is available at these CITRIS campuses: 
CITRIS at Davis: 1065 Kemper Hall, College of Engineering, UC Davis 
CITRIS at Santa Cruz: Room 595B, Engineering 2 Building, Baskin School of Engineering, UC Santa Cruz

 

About the CITRIS Research Exchange


Free and open to the public, the CITRIS Research Exchange Seminar Series is a weekly dialogue highlighting leading voices on societal-scale research issues. Each one-hour seminar starts at 12pm Pacific time and is hosted live in the Banatao Auditorium at Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus (unless otherwise noted in the online schedule).
View the Fall 2016 Schedule
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