WLIA welcomes you to the 33rd Annual Conference at the Marriott Madison West, in Middleton, Wisconsin, February 19-21, 2020. 
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Thursday, February 20 • 3:00pm - 3:30pm
Applications of Remote Sensing in Land Management and Ecological Restoration

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Remote sensing is a science, technology, and art. It derives information about an object, area, or phenomenon by a sensor that is not in physical direct contact with. The derived information, in general represented as spatial data layers, is one of the key inputs to GIS system to analyze and visualize for understanding relationships, patterns, and trends of features and phenomena in geographical space. Remote sensing is categorized in many ways and is characterized by the type of light source, platform, spatial resolution, and spectral wavelength range or frequency. The presentation will be organized with a brief introduction of the principles and various types of remote sensing technologies with a concentration on introducing real-world applications employed by Applied Ecological Services (AES), Inc over the last 10 years.


Fugui Wang

Applied Ecological Services
Dr. Fugui Wang is a senior scientist from Applied Ecological Services (AES), Brodhead, WI. Before he joined AES in 2012, he was a Post-Doc in UW-Madison for two and half years. His specialized consulting services in AES is remote sensing, but he also provide services related to ecological... Read More →

Thursday February 20, 2020 3:00pm - 3:30pm CST
Salon C