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Two New Training Opportunities from NASA's Applied Remote Sensing Training Program

NASA's Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) has opened registration for two new webinars. The first is New Sensor Highlight: ECOSTRESS. The ECOSTRESS sensor is designed to study terrestrial ecosystems and plant water stress from the International Space Station, and can also be used to better understand crop health, volcanoes, urban heat, wildland fires, and coastal systems.

The second is a 3-part series, SAR for Disasters and Hydrological Applications, and it will walk participants through the use of Google Earth Engine for flood mapping of radar data and presents two new topics: the use of InSAR for characterizing landslides and the generation of a digital elevation model (DEM). This training is also available in Spanish.

Please see the training details and registration information below.
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