Tag Archives: NDVI

From Our Boulder Backyard: New Info on How Changing Climate Affects Future Fire Danger

One of the many great things about living in Boulder for us science geeks is the lively scientific community, and the fascinating research that comes out of our own backyard. There is something fun about bumping into one of my … Continue reading

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VISualize 2012: Tracking Pine Beetle Forest Destruction

In my previous post, I talked about VISualize 2012 which we hosted at the World Wildlife Foundation in Washington DC.  The conference recently wrapped up and there were some great presentations about everything from crop management to declining arctic sea … Continue reading

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2012 ENVI User Group: Public Data, Remote Sensing, & Invasive Plant Species

At the 2012 ENVI User Group, Jim Alford, California Department of Fish and Game, presented “Conversion of a Heads Up Digitizer”.  This presentation focused on the use of public domain remotely sensed data to predict Taeniatherum caput-medusae (medusahead) infestations, and … Continue reading

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