9:45

Applying Remote Sensing to a Public Health Example: The User Perspective

Rita Colwell, University of Maryland

10:15

Break

10:30

Opportunities and Challenges in Using Remote Sensing to Support Food Security Applications—A Broad Perspective

Chris Johannsen, Purdue University

11:00

Famine Early Warning System: Use of Remote Sensing to Monitor Food Security

James Verdin, U.S. Geological Survey

11:30

Famine Early Warning System: The User Perspective

Richard Choularton, FEWS NET

12:00 noon

Lunch

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

1:00 p.m.

SESSION 2:

Opportunities and Challenges in Using Land Remote Sensing

 

Session 2a: Opportunities and Challenges in Land Remote Sensing for Human Health Applications (Room 201)

Moderator: Rita Colwell

 

Session 2b: Opportunities and Challenges in Land Remote Sensing for Food Security (Room 202)

Moderator: Joel Michaelsen

3:30

Break

3:45

Reports from Breakout Sessions and Wrap Up

4:30

Adjourn



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