Google’s Earth Engine (GEE) team invited Robert to contribute to an experts panel on how to best leverage GEE for forest conservation efforts worldwide. Robert and 14 other colleagues from international government, non-governmental organizations, and research institutions spent one and a half days at the end of June crafting recommendations on how GEE can evolve over the next five years.
Starting in May 2015, Joe Hughes and Tara Larrue joined the lab.
Joe is a post-doc focusing on land cover change mapping. He earned his PhD from the University of Tennessee – Knoxville, and has developed a suite of Landsat-based tools for time-series analysis.
Tara is a faculty research assistant with an interest in geovisualization and computing. She earned her Bachelors degree from Northeastern University. Tara is helping with core LandTrendr processing, data management, and development of post-processing analysis and visualization.
Welcome both of you!!!
Check out coverage of Garrett Meigs’s recent paper in Forest Ecology and Management.
Thanks to all of you who attended Noel’s lecture on Tuesday and training on Wednesday.
Noel has provided us a shareable link to his presentation here. We are not able to provide the video recording of his talk — my apologies.
For those of you who were in the training, here is a link to a page with examples of Earth Engine scripts. Again, you’ll want to sign up for Earth Engine to be able to access your own account to run these.
Learn about Google’s Earth Engine, a platform for scientific analysis and visualization of geospatial datasets at petabyte scales. It provides an easy-to-use, cloud-based processing environment that enables access to a Google-scale computational capability co-located with a massive data catalog. This talk will present an overview of the Earth Engine platform, how it is being used to help solve planetary-scale challenges such as deforestation, disease prediction & drought management, and how you can get started using it in your own research.
When: Tuesday, February 10th, 2-3pm
Where: Burt Hall, Room 193
Reception to follow 3-4pm across the street in the CEOAS Admin Building.