Remote sensing in the Arctic is crucial for detecting and quantifying climate change and related effects, operational services, and sustainable resource exploitation. It gives information about remote areas that are not otherwise easily reached. The Science Day will include presentations and discussions about remote sensing applications and methods, as well as about opportunities remote sensing offers in support of science, socio-economics, and industry in the Arctic.
The Science Day will include a poster session and we welcome all studies related to Arctic Remote Sensing and especially encourage Early Carreer Scientists to participate and submit abstracts to the poster session.
Abstract submission deadline: Extended to Feb 13. Submit your abstract here.