Symposium on Remote Sensing Applications to Natural Hazards
A one-day Symposium on Remote Sensing Applications to Natural Hazards will be held September 12, 2007 at The George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, DC. The day long event will follow the invitation-only Fifth International Workshop on Remote Sensing, also held at GWU.
Sponsored by the MCEER Remote Sensing Institute, Space Policy Institute of The George Washington University, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute, University of California at Irvine, ImageCat, Inc. and Imaging Notes, the Symposium will focus on the broad range of natural hazards, their economic and social impacts, and explorations of the benefits of using satellite and other remotely sensed data to reduce the socioeconomic impacts of natural hazards.
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