HYR-SENSE: Hyperspectral and Thermal Remote Sensing for Environmental Justice
Join NASA Surface Biology and Geology (SBG) and ESIIL in Boulder, Colorado this summer for HYR-SENSE: Hyperspectral and Thermal Remote Sensing for Environmental Justice. Participants will gain hands-on experience with hyperspectral and thermal imaging remote sensing technology and its applications for environmental justice issues.

  • Who should apply?: Undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and early career scientists currently attending or affiliated with a Tribal College or University or affiliates of Native American Tribes. Invited participants will have experience and interests in relevant disciplines, which may include ecology, environmental science, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, natural resource management, or similar.
  • When: June 10th-13th, 2024 with additional pre-training sessions
  • Where: University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Cost: This training is funded by NASA and ESIIL at no cost to the participant.

    Participants’ travel costs, lodging, and meals will be fully covered.
    This program will be tailored to the interests and needs of the participants while being led by experts in the field from NASA and ESIIL.

    Click here for more details and complete the application by March 24th, 2024.