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Mapping Crop Acreage and Monitoring Crop Growth Conditions in Canada Using Earth Observation Technology
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Jiali Shang from Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada (AAFC). The rising world propulation and depletion of fossil fuel are adding pressue on the agricultural production systems to produce more food, fibre and bio-products. Earth observation technologies offer an efficient means to acquire accurate information on the location, extent and condition of crops and crop land. She will present research activities undertaken at AAFC using both optical and microwave remote sensing technologies to enhance cropland productivity. [POSTER]
Friday, March 14th at 2:00 pm
Where: SSC 1059
NEWS! Western's Department of Geography - $1.3 Million in Research Expenditures for 2013
The Geography Department at Western University is excited to announce that we have surpassed $1 Million in research expenditures! This marks the sixth consecutive year in which the Department has exceeded the $1 million mark. Much of these funds are directed to supporting graduate students. Our faculty members continue to be highly successful in obtaining research funds from major external funding agencies. [RECENT FUNDING SUCCESSES]
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