Landsat-Related Webinar Offered by NASA ARSET

Landsat-Related Webinar Offered by NASA ARSET

[Source: NASA ARSET] Land classification is an important first step to assessing land cover and land use. An advanced webinar offered by NASA’s Applied Remote Sensing Training, will provide lectures and hands-on activities focused on using satellite imagery for land cover classification.
NASA remote sensing imageIn two, four hour sessions, attendees will learn how to acquire Landsat imagery, display it in an open-source Geographic Information System (GIS), analyze spectral signatures of land cover types, and conduct a supervised land cover classification.
Both sessions will feature a lecture, followed by time for participants to complete hands-on exercises. Instructors will remain online to answer questions and provide guidance and feedback. In addition to the exercises, there will be one online homework assignment. Completion of the homework and live attendance at both lectures are required to receive a certificate of completion.
Dates/time:
Tuesdays: January 31, 2017 to Tuesday, February 7, 2017; 12:00–4:00 p.m. EST (UTC-5)
Learning Objectives:
+ Understand how to access and download Landsat imagery
+ Become familiar with Landsat bands and color combinations
+ Learn the basic steps for conducting a supervised land cover classification by:
+++ Creating training sites
+++ Analyzing differences in spectral signatures
+ Understand the differences between an unsupervised classification and a supervised classification
For full details and to register, please visit the NASA ARSET webpage.

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