We encourage you to get involved in mission applications by attending an applications event, contacting one of the team members, or joining our online email listserv to stay informed about future activities. You can also provide us with feedback by emailing us at: email@example.com
The Applications Team will host at least one workshop, focus session or tutorial per year. These events are designed to bring developers and users together to engage in dialogue on how products are used and what can be done to improve them.
NASA-USFS APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP
This year, the ICESat-2 Applications Team, as part of the USFS-NASA Applications Workshop Planning Committee, announces the USFS-NASA Applications Workshop: Satellite Data to Support Natural Resource Management, which will be held April 30 – May 2, 2019, at the Geospatial Technology and Applications Center in Salt Lake City, UT.
The workshop is a collaborative effort between the USFS, NASA’s Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP), NASA-ISRO Synthetic Aperture Radar (NISAR), ICESat-2, Carbon Monitoring System (CMS), and Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI). The workshop will serve as a forum to discuss how NASA data products can serve the operational goals of the USFS by providing timely synthesized information to support management decisions and project prioritization.
Please visit the workshop website for more details on the workshop scope, goals and logistics.
HOW TO ATTEND?
The USFS-NASA Applications Workshop is an invitation only event due to venue capacity. Interested participants are asked to submit a statement (SOI) of interest in terms of how your work supports USFS operational needs. Please submit your SOI via the following: SOI Submission Form
Remote access will be available. Details to come!
Types of Events
- Workshops: Meetings that are widely announced and open to the public with the intent that a broad diversity of topics is used to facilitate information to audiences with diverse interests.
- Focus Sessions: Small events tailored to specific communities to provide detailed information about a connected group of products or applications.
- Tutorials: Information transfer events that address potential synergies designed to leverage innovation on how to best combine datasets from other missions (NASA and others) with those of ICESat-2.
- Town Halls: Town Halls provide an opportunity for questions and answers with the project science team and the applications team.
Explore past events hosted by the ICESat-2 Applications Team!
Joint ICESat-2 Atmospheric Tutorial with CALIPSO, EARTHCARE, ADM-AEOLUS and CATS
May 31 - June 1, 2017
Tutorial report available here.
ICESat-2 Mission Applications: Improving Science Applications Tools and Research
Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland
A recording of this presentation is available here.
First ICESat-2 applications workshop
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Workshop report available here.