Monitoring Regional-Scale Landscape Change: Examples from Iceland and Greenland
Wednesday, June 9, 6-7pm
Monitoring Regional-Scale Landscape Change: Examples from Iceland and Greenland. Using remote sensing and satellite image analysis, Firooza Pavri studies society-environment interactions, natural resource conservation and policy, sustainable development, and geospatial technologies. Firooza is director of the Muskie School of Public Service and is professor of geography at the University of Southern Maine. In this free Zoom talk, she will discuss recent shifts in ice cover and vegetation across subarctic Iceland and Greenland. This Ted Exford Climate Stewards lecture is hosted by the Wells Reserve and supported by Dave and Loretta (Exford) Hoglund. Registration required at wellsreserve.org/calendar.