ASF is playing an increasing role in support of NASA’s Earth Science mission. A monthly lecture series features ASF and ASF-related scientists discussing their use of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) in addressing the most pressing questions about our changing planet.
The next lecture in the series is on August 26 with Dr. Ken Arnoult and Dr. Rudi Gens, remote sensing scientists with the Alaska Satellite Facility, who will discuss their recent work in SAR-based change detection.
Speakers: Rudi Gens, PhD; Ken Arnoult, PhD
Title: Probability Change Metric: A theoretical framework for using a SAR image time series for detecting persistent change
Date/Time: Friday, August 26, 2022 @ noon AKDT (8 PM UTC)
Location: Elvey Bldg. Auditorium and via Zoom
Contact [email protected] for Zoom meeting information.