20th William T. Pecora Memorial Remote Sensing Symposium
The Pecora Symposium series was established by the USGS and NASA in the 1970s as a forum to: 1) foster the exchange of scientific information and results derived from applications of Earth observing data to a broad range of land-based resources; and 2) discuss ideas, policies, and strategies concerning land remote sensing.
With emphasis on recent significant developments in remote sensing, the theme of Pecora 20 is “Observing a Changing Earth: Science for Decisions…Monitoring, Assessment, and Projection.” This conference will offer a program on applications of satellite and other Earth observations to monitor, assess, and perform projections of future land and water resources, as well as big data and other analytical technologies to improve decision making utilizing satellite data.
November 13-16, 2017
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Submit Abstract Pecora Conference 2017 –
Open: March 1 – July 1, 2017
We cordially invite land remote sensing data users, researchers, applications scientists, producers, managers, and policy-makers to participate in this important symposium by submitting an abstract for a paper or poster.
Abstract submission: Abstracts must be submitted by July 1st . All proposals will be reviewed and decisions made by August 1, 2017.
Workshops will be held in conjunction with the Pecora 20 Conference all day Monday and Tuesday morning (November 13th and 14th, 2017). All workshops will be half day (approximately 4 hours including mid-workshop break).
Proposal submission: Proposals must be submitted by July 1st. All proposals will be reviewed and decisions made by August 1, 2017