In a short workshop at the AGU Student & Early Career Member Conference Chris Crosby (UNAVCO), George Roth (Polar Geospatial Center), and Joe Levy (University of Texas at Austin) provided an overview of several remotely sensed data products and their applications in hydrology. Below you can find the presentations of the three speakers. Each presentation will briefly highlight the technical detail of different data products and provide an example of how the data can be analysed for research purposes.
George Roth – Using High-Resolution Commercial imaginary in the Geosciences
Chris Crosby – High Resolution Topography Resources
Joe Levy – Going, going, gone! Antarctica’s vanishing ground ice