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Trans-Atlantic Training 2014 (TAT-2): Land Use / Land Cover Change and Ecosystem Processes
June 5, 2014 - June 7, 2014
The purpose of the series of Trans-Atlantic Training (TAT) courses is to disseminate and discuss research methods and technologies from space. It is organised jointly by ESA, NASA and the Charles University of Prague, in close cooperation with the Regional Information Network for Southern, Central and Eastern Europe (SCERIN). This training was the second in the series of TAT courses.
This edition was hosted by the Institute of Geography and Spatial Management (Jagiellonian University) in Kraków, Poland from 5 to 7 June 2014.
The programme was devoted to the techniques used to monitor Land Cover/Land Use Change (LCLUC) and ecosystem processes.
The various sessions included topics such as SAR applications for forestry, SAR-based LCLUC mapping, object-based urban remote sensing, EO in phenology studies, LiDAR applied to LCLUC research, or EO data in conjunction with population data, among others.
A total of 36 early-career scientists and university students joined this event, mainly from the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
The programme is accessible here below.