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April 22nd, 2011
Sydney Wraps up ISRSE Convention

As the plethora of data remote sensing methods becomes more and more integral to our daily lives – such as GPS, disaster weather forecasting and climate change – the key themes resonating through the closing ceremony of the 34th International Symposium of Remote Sensing for the Environment (ISRSE), reflected on the importance of sharing knowledge, and visions for the future. Wrapping up at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre last Thursday evening, Co-Chairs of the 34th ISRSE, along with key note speaker from NASA, Lawrence Freidl, praised success of an event which saw almost 600 delegates come together for 440 presentations and electronic papers. Read More