February 8th, 2022304 Pearson Hall(Studio C)
Hosted by GIS. All are welcome to attend.
The meeting will take place in 304 Pearson (Studio C) and via Zoom. We are able to host all those interested in attending in-person provided they follow UD rules for Spring 2022 semester. Specifically, (1) Complete a daily COVID-19 health questionnaire Daily Health Check before leaving your residence to utilize campus facilities. Based on your responses, you will either be cleared to access campus, or you will not be cleared. (2) Wear masks in indoor spaces (mandatory for everyone). Please be aware, all guests attending UD Sponsored Events must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination by uploading their COVID-19 vaccination card or if not vaccinated, provide an authentic negative PCR test result performed through a medical or accredited company, within 72 hours of the event’s start. Please note that “at-home tests” or antigen tests are not acceptable. “Full COVID-19 vaccination” means that guests have received their final COVID-19 vaccine dose at least 14 days in advance of the day of the event.Daily Health Check
MEETING AGENDAGIS presentation by Dustin Braden, Master’s student, Geography, UD
- Roundtable discussion
Drone mapping is a rapidly advancing technology with great potential for high resolution remote sensing research. In critical ecosystems where every inch counts, drone mapping is one of the few on-demand imagery collection sources that can consistently monitor small to medium sized study areas. Drones also present a critical opportunity for community engagement in remote sensing research, which benefits tremendously from local knowledge and stakeholder involvement.