DDD Conference

Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

Convener: Arnon Karnieli, BGU

Evidence of the rapid degradation of the Earth’s natural environment is getting stronger each year and sustaining our planet has become the most significant concern faced by humanity. In this regard, remote sensing has become an essential geospatial tool for understanding the Earth and managing human-Earth interactions. This session aims to present novel studies and discuss various dryland environmental issues implemented by Earth observations. Furthermore, to present the state-of-the-art remote sensing knowledge monitoring the drylands’ natural resources and environments, managing exposure to natural disasters and manmade risks, and helping understand the sustainability and productivity of natural ecosystems.

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Dr. Eric Vermote

    A Land Long Term Climate Data Records from Polar Orbiting Earth Observation Satellites and its Application

    NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

     

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Dr. Tamir Caras

    Study of the Dynamics of Soil Erosion in Response to Climate Prediction Model Rusle2 and WRF Modelling in a Semi-Arid Watershed

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel 

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Dr. Tarin Paz-Kagan

    Incorporation of Winter Tree Physiology into Satellite-Based Rorecast Models of Orchards Bloom and Yield

    Volcani Institute, Agricultural Research Organization, Israel

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Dr. Yunden Bayarjargal

    Identification of Pilot Sites that Are Required to Implement Climate Change Adaptation Measures Based on Best Practices and Available Technologies and Spatial Data in Four Different Provinces of Mongolia

    United Nations Development Programme, Mongolia

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Mr. Christos Theocharidis

    Monitoring Forest Health Through Remote Sensing Time Series Analysis to Assess the Effects of Extreme Drought Events in Forest Seasonality

    ERATOSTHENES Centre of Excellence & Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus

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    Remote Sensing for Environmental Sustainability and Climate Change

    Mr. Shay Adar

    Can We Estimate Pasture Quality Using Remote Sensing? An Assessment of Mediterranean and Semiarid Grasslands

    Tel Aviv University, Israel

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