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Remote sensing for practical forestry: Arboriculture to UAVs

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This week’s  EEO-AGI(S) seminar will be given by Will Cornforth, a PhD student here in the School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh. His talk is entitled:

“Remote sensing for practical forestry: Arboriculture to UAVs”

The seminar will will discuss the use of and research into remote sensing tools to tackle issues unique to forests, from the platforms, to the instruments, to the analysis.

The seminar will take place THIS Friday 26th April at 4pm in the Old Library, Geography Building, Univ. of Edinburgh, Drummond Street, Edinburgh, EH8 9XP.

A selection of refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Also, a reminder that following all EEO-AGI(S) Seminars are AGI Geo-Drinks for informal professional networking held from 5.30 in Teviot Library Bar, Bristo Sq, EH8 9AJ. All welcome – please do come along and meet colleagues and fellow AGI members.

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