CALL FOR PAPERS

CALL FOR PAPERS ANNOUNCEMEN T natural resources, such as to predict satellite downlinks, processing servers WORKSHO P ON REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY IN SUPPORT drought conditions, monitor crop and and distribution hardware can di- OF WORLDWIDE PUBLIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 1 0 forestry health, environmental moni- rectly improve agriculture, water FEBRUAR Y 2003 , LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA toring and manage water distribution management, environmental moni- The AMS Economic Development and usage. This list has recently ex- toring and health and human services Committee is sponsoring and orga- panded to include areas like in moni- (see the National Research Council's nizing a workshop for practitioners, toring hazardous algae blooms recently published report "Under the decision makers, and others inter- (HABs) and the spread of infectious Weather: Climate, Ecosystems, and ested in applications of satellite re- disease. Yet, as we look across the Infectious Disease"). Ultimately, de- mote sensing to resource manage- United States, we find some states cisions are based on information and ment. Fred Lewis and Bob Plante are with extremely active remote sensing knowledge, not on data. These tools cochairing the program committee programs and others with minimal transform remote sensing data into which is now being assembled with programs. information made available http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-84.2.280
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ANNOUNCEMEN T natural resources, such as to predict satellite downlinks, processing servers WORKSHO P ON REMOTE SENSING TECHNOLOGY IN SUPPORT drought conditions, monitor crop and and distribution hardware can di- OF WORLDWIDE PUBLIC RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 1 0 forestry health, environmental moni- rectly improve agriculture, water FEBRUAR Y 2003 , LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA toring and manage water distribution management, environmental moni- The AMS Economic Development and usage. This list has recently ex- toring and health and human services Committee is sponsoring and orga- panded to include areas like in moni- (see the National Research Council's nizing a workshop for practitioners, toring hazardous algae blooms recently published report "Under the decision makers, and others inter- (HABs) and the spread of infectious Weather: Climate, Ecosystems, and ested in applications of satellite re- disease. Yet, as we look across the Infectious Disease"). Ultimately, de- mote sensing to resource manage- United States, we find some states cisions are based on information and ment. Fred Lewis and Bob Plante are with extremely active remote sensing knowledge, not on data. These tools cochairing the program committee programs and others with minimal transform remote sensing data into which is now being assembled with programs. information made available

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Published: Feb 1, 2003

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