UWG Earth Observation Day (EOD) / GIS Day Event

- October 10, 2017 (10:00am-2:00pm) at UWG

- Past event: November 16, 2016 (10:00am-3:00pm) at UWG

Things to do:

  1. Have some time to look around the satellite imagery that show land cover changes on the Earth. Choose the image that is most interesting to you.
  2. Vote on the image that is most interesting to you.
  3. Do the image matching game. Please show us the time taken to finish the game in order to be considered as a winner.
  4. Do the image puzzle game. Please show us the time taken to finish the game in order to be considered as a winner.
  5. Watch drone demonstration
  6. We will use a random number generator app to choose three more lucky winners of the $20 Wolf Bucks, and the winners will be notified via email later.

Thank you for joining the 2016-7 EOD/GIS Day event!

 

Field Works on Water Quality in the Context of Remote Sensing

(In-situ measurements were performed when Landsat passes, making adjustments of Landsat thermal bands possible.)

Seven measurements were performed. Results are as follows (format: date in yyyymmdd, time in hhmmdd, latitude in ddmmss, longitude in dddmmss, temperature in Farenheit):

 

(1) 20161122, 103906, 302403N, 0885115W, 51.1; 

(2) 20170105, 094214, 302046N, 0870907W, 57.7;

(3) 20170106, 094813, 300802N, 0854452W, 58.5;

(4) 20170218, 105755, 302003N, 0870836W, 60.8;

(5) 20170318, 101043, 301951N, 0871735W, 59.0;

(6) 20170420, 133415, 291535N, 0895657W, 74.5;

(7) 20170421, 074935, 301841N, 0891927W, 77.4;