Director of Research at the Centre for Space Science Technology Delwyn Moller presents:
Advances in remote sensing for terrestrial hydrology
Friday 25 May, 12.30pm – 2.00pm (Register by 12pm Wednesday 23 May) Coffee, tea, a light snack and networking will be served from 12.30 and the seminar will start at 1pm.
Remote sensing can enhance our understanding and knowledge of terrestrial hydrology and hydrologic fluxes at the land-air interface, and terrestrial water stores. In the area of active remote sensing, some recent advances may hold promise for enhanced observational capabilities in understanding and characterizing terrestrial freshwater resources and fluxes.
As this will be a popular presentation, it is essential that you register your attendance by 12pm, Wednesday 23rd May, or email Wayne Tyson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to attend so that we can ensure we have a seat and some refreshments for you.
Dr. Delwyn K. Moller received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst after completing the M.E degree (Distinction) and the B.E. degree (Honors) at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She joined NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) where she worked on radar technology, primarily with a focus toward Earth science. Both at JPL and in her position at RSS, she has developed innovative state-of-the-art remote sensing systems for measuring critical aspects of the Earth’s surface to support science research and applied sciences.
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