Seminar Title: Global Shallow Water Remote Sensing Monitoring
Speaker: Dr. Jiwei LI, Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science, Arizona State University
Date: 9 December 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm
Zoom link: https://hkust.zoom.us/s/94373153442
(Meeting ID: 943 7315 3442 ; Passcode: 447826)
Global shallow water systems (e.g., coastal waters, inland rivers, and lakes) are under stress due to human-driven climate change and coastal activities. Satellite-based monitoring methods offer an alternative to traditional field sampling measurements for detecting changes in shallow-water benthic habitats and water biogeochemistry. However, there is lacking a global monitoring system for shallow waters at high spatial and temporal resolutions. In this talk, I will illustrate how we are building a global shallow-water monitoring system using physical analytical algorithms, modern machine learning methods, cloud-based computing, and multiple satellites (Planet Dove, Sentinel-2, and Landsat-8). This system enables us to explore the influences of human activities and terrestrial effects on the aquatic systems to protect the Earth’s resources (coral reef, freshwater, fishes) and archive a more sustainable future.
(Host faculty: Prof. Hongbin LIU)
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