Workshop: Geospatial Processing at Scale: Google Earth Engine Basics
Google Earth Engine is a powerful web platform for geospatial analyses. It contains a catalog of remotely sensed data, such as global vegetation and surface water information. Have you ever wanted to learn how to use this powerful tool for your research? Please join us for the second in our series (and first in our series on Geospatial Processing at Scale) of workshops on how to use Google Earth Engine. Senior Software Engineer Ajay Ranipeta and Postgraduate Associates Kalkidan Fekadu Chefira and Tamara Rudic (Map of Life) will be leading the session, ‘Geospatial Processing at Scale: Google Earth Engine Basics’ on March 10, from 3:30-4:30pm ET. Participants will learn about both the basic features, using datasets available on the Platform as well as importing your data, and performing some basic band-math.
If you are interested in attending this workshop or future workshops in this series, you must sign up for a Google Earth Engine account and do the introductory self-paced tutorials on the platform in advance of the session. Additionally, you can check out the resources of the Marx Science & Social Science Library, which aim to have additional workshops.
To register for this event, please fill out the form here: https://forms.gle/88rtBrCowo6XJqsx8