Ecology and Conservation Session at ISRSE 2017

At the ISRSE conference in Pretoria this year a session on ecology and conservation will take place on Tuesday, May 9, 2017, Amethyst Room.

Mr. Matthew Breece: SATELLITE DRIVEN DISTRIBUTION MODELS OF ENDANGERED ATLANTIC STURGEON OCCURRENCE IN THE WESTERN MID-ATLANTIC TO REDUCE HARMFUL INTERACTIONS
Mr. Andreas Brink: Habitat values and pressure indicators for protected areas – an integrated habitat and land cover change approach
Dr. Helen De Klerk: Remote sensing training in African conservation and ecology
Dr. Thomas Esch: MONITORING OF HUMAN PRESENCE AND EXPANSION IN THE SAHELO-SAHARAN ZONE – A CASE STUDY FOR NIGER BASED ON MULTI-SENSOR EARTH OBSERVATION
Mr. Benjamin Leutner: Habitat use of migratory birds: movement ecology meets remote sensing
Dr. Marc Paganini: The role of Space Agencies in Remotely Sensed Essential Biodiversity Variables
Gary Geller: THE GROUP ON EARTH OBSERVATIONS (GEO) BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM SUSTAINABILITY SOCIETAL BENEFIT AREA
Mr Johan Pauw: Building a robust and comprehensive in situ environmental observation network in a developing economy: challenges and critical success factors
Dr Morgan Mangeas: ANALYSIS OF FOREST FRAGMENTATION BY REMOTE SENSING APPLICATION IN NEW CALEDONIA
Mr. Ruben Remelgado: Towards behavior dependent species distribution modeling

see here for the agenda: https://confmanage.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/isrse-37/conference-site/Agenda

organized by Helen deKlerk and Martin Wegmann