Seventh International Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments

John McManus jmcmanus at
Sun Aug 5 11:34:04 EDT 2001

Hi Folks!

Here is an announcement from Roger Reinhold for a conference many of you
will be interested in. Of course, you don't have to be a practitioner to
appreciate the need for remote sensing, and to want to learn what can be
done with it. All interested people are welcome!

"The Seventh International Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and
Environments will be held 20-22 May 2002 at the Hyatt Regency Miami in
Florida, USA.  The three-day international conference will focus on the
application of remote sensing and advanced geospatial information
to address real-world problems and improve decision-making in marine, inland
water, and coastal environments.  The conference also explores technology
implementation strategies, while helping to shape future research

The technical program of plenary sessions, interactive poster presentations,
exhibits is designed to benefit all users of remote sensing with an interest
our aquatic and coastal resources. The applications-oriented program
all aspects of remote sensing, from fundamental processes and techniques to
advanced data processing and information fusion, exploitation, and

Technical sessions will address such topics as Sensors, Processing, and Data
Sources; Ocean Processes; Biological and Geological Resources; Aquatic and
Coastal Environments; Ecosystem Monitoring; and Climate and Meteorology.
diversity of topics provides a unique and rewarding opportunity for dialogue
among ocean scientists and engineers; marine, freshwater, and coastal
natural resource managers; industry leaders; remote sensing specialists;
state, and federal agencies; non-governmental organizations; educators and

For more information, contact:
Veridian International Conferences, P.O. Box 134008, Ann Arbor, MI
Phone: 1-734-994-1200 x3234; Fax: 1-734-994-5123; e-mail:
nancy.wallman at"



John W. McManus, PhD
Director, National Center for Caribbean Coral Reef Research (NCORE)
Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (RSMAS)
University of Miami, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway
Miami, Florida 33149. 
jmcmanus at 
Tel. (305) 361-4814
Fax (305) 361-4600

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