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China - 25th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment (ISRSE)

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The 35th International Symposium for Remote Sensing of the Environment (ISRSE35) is to be held in Beijing from 22-26 April, 2013. This is the first symposium in the series to be held in China. The first ISRSE was convened in 1962, and brought together scientists from around the world to exchange technical information on an emerging technology called remote sensing, a technology that provided the capability to view the Earth from high-altitude aircraft and, ultimately, spacecraft. In its 50 years of development, Earth observation has advanced significantly, and remote sensing has become a mature technology for observing the Earth and monitoring global environmental change. In this symposium, we will focus on the theories and applications that make Earth observation a crucial element in the study of phenomena related to global environment change. This symposium will also review the progress of the remote sensing, and prospects for its future development, and celebrate its half-century history. 

Don't miss out on the opportunity to take part in the ISRSE35. Please submit your abstract before Sunday, 30 September, 2012. For detailed information on abstract submission, themes, and the abstract template, please visit our website at: http://www.isrse35.org or contact the symposium organizers.

Location : Beijing, China
Contact : http://www.isrse35.org

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