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Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR): Applications – Professional Certificate

This is a new intermediate-level AlaskaX Professional Certification program. This self-paced course is offered in three sections focusing on SAR applications. The program will launch in April 2023 and extend over three months. The instructor is Dr. Franz Meyer, Professor of Remote Sensing, University of Alaska Fairbanks. For more information and to register:

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Webinar: Jump-Start SAR Data Analysis in the Cloud with ASF’s OpenSARLab

This webinar introduces OpenSARLab as a free, limited-access service for SAR processing using a cloud-hosted Jupyter Hub located alongside the ASF Sentinel-1 archive in Amazon Web Services (AWS). This makes the transfer of large amounts of SAR data to users’ persistent storage volumes fast and free. OpenSARLab includes access to an open library of data …

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NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training Program (ARSET)

ARSET offers self-paced training modules and live webinars at introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels. Most webinar materials are also available in Spanish, and a few are available in French. Recordings of webinars are available on YouTube and each training information page. Trainings cover a range of datasets, web portals, and analysis tools and their application to air quality, …

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SAR-CBC: Synthetic Aperture Radar-Capacity Building Center

SAR-CBC is a capacity-building center for the use of SAR in decision-making situations. It is intended to provide targeted educational material as well as webinars and on-site training that build capacity in the use of SAR-based Earth observation data in decision-making situations. Visit the SAR-CBC website for more information.

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Welcome to ASF OpenSARlab

The Jupyter Notebook environment is easy to launch in any web browser for interactive data exploration. Notebooks are written in a combination of executable Python code and markdown formatting, including LaTeX-style mathematical equations. They provide an excellent basis for collaborative and repeatable data analysis. OpenSARlab is a service developed at ASF that uses Jupyter Notebooks …

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