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The theme of this years IGARSS was "Remote Sensing: Integrating Our View of the Planet". This reflected the power of fusing multiple sources of satellite and airborne imagery with geographic information and the expertise of many disciplines. The environment is under great stress around the world. Remote sensing can provide global, consistent and unbiased observations of the health of our planet. Topics were selected to offer a broad selection of the most current specializations within the fields of geoscience and remote sensing. The 138 topics were organized under six headings: Applications of Remote Sensing; Missions, Programs, Societal Issues and Educational Initiatives; Geoscience Modeling and Processes; Data Processing and Algorithms; Electromagnetic Problems; and Instrumentation and Techniques. These headings covered both civilian and military applications.

Papers presented (PDF format):

Melvin Mattocks

Web Serving Landsat 7 Satellite Imagery for the Preservation of Wisconsin's Lakes

Hildred Rochon
Remote Sensing Applications toward Mitigation of Trypanosomiasis in Africa

Remata Praveena
Mesoscale Modeling Investigation of Air-Sea Interactions over the Gulf of Mexico for a Case Study of Hurricane Gordon

Kyle Lewis
Development of a 3-D scanning 1.5µm Portable Aerosol Lidar

Melvin Felton
Polar Stratospheric Cloud (PSC) Classification Using Lidar Measurements From the Recent SAGE III Ozone Loss and Validation Experiment (SOLVE)

Conference Representatives:
Jamese Sims:
Praveena Remata:
Melvin Felton:
Langdon Williams:
Kyle M. Lewis:
Michael A. Edwards:
Hildred Rochon:
Linda Hayden:
Jan Mangana:
Ali Omar:
Lucas Moxey:
Tommy L. Coleman:
Mohamed A. Mohamed:
Gilbert Rochon:
Melvin Mattocks:
Keisha Harrison:
Genee Smith:
Nicholas Lewis:
Doyle Temple:
Charles Luther:
Lionel Lyles:

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