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Second Workshop on Snow Remote Sensing

The second SWGR workshop (Snow Working Group for Remote Sensing) was held in Granby, Colorado from 13 to16 January 2014. The purpose of the workshop was to engage the community in building a vision for future snow remote sensing efforts in the U.S., including but not limited to future NASA missions, to promote international collaboration on snow research, and engage in capacity-building within our community.  A more specific goal was to continue developing a document (called here the blueprint) for use by the community, NASA, and other agencies that describes a cogent plan for achieving continued and improved “success” in snow remote sensing. 

For more information, download the Report of Meeting below.

Contact Dr. Matthew Sturm at matthew.sturm@gi.alaska.edu for more information.

All photographs copyright M. Sturm unless otherwise noted.