GeoChronos: A Platform for Earth Observation Scientists
 

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Dr. Arturo Sanchez's presentation on his GeoChronos project and how Cybera is helping advance it.

Dr. Arturo Sanchez's presentation on his GeoChronos project and how Cybera is helping advance it.

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  • GeoChronos A platform for earth observation scientists Arturo Sánchez-Azofeifa, Ph.D. Centre for Earth Observation Sciences University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta arturo.sanchez@ualberta.ca
  • Challenges of the 21st Century to Environmental Research  Our environmental work has global connotations and linkages. Site base observations can no longer be isolated, but must be linked to planetary responses.  We are now confronting high volumes of new satellite and field data at multiple temporal and spatial scales.  Development of new wireless sensing technologies allow for unprecedented monitoring capabilities, without a sufficient cyberinfrastructure in place.  Need for fast, integrated access to information by earth observation scientists interested on quantifying large and local landscape changes.