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"..what are you doing??" - How to Talk to Strangers About Drones

 

“…what are you doing??”

I work with drones (also known as...

Call for 2017 ESIP Student Fellows

ESIP Student Fellows are graduate students and postdoctoral researchers interested in bridging the gap between informatics and Earth science. This fellowship provides students a chance to work closely with professionals in an interdisciplinary,...

Attack of the Drones: UAVs in Education

Attack of the Drones

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away drones took over the Grand Ballroom. An ominous buzz filled the room as the drones zoomed, gained altitude, and spun into unknowing bystanders. The room was...

2016 ESIP Summer Meeting Summary

At the 2016 ESIP Summer Meeting, more than 300 members of our community gathered in Durham, North Carolina for four days of plenary talks, breakout sessions and...

Recreational Drones and STEM Education: Two Talks on July 19

Tune in to six short talks related to Recreational Drones and STEM Education on Tuesday July 19 via two 30-minute sessions!

Remote Participation Link https://www.gotomeeting....

ESIP Summer Meeting: What to Know Before You Go

We're just four days away from the 2016 ESIP Summer Meeting. Here's what we’d like you to know before you join us in Durham.  
 
Meeting Website and Schedule. All meeting details are online at...

Connecting Communities: identifying synergies between international integration initiatives

Do you find yourself calling in to multiple working groups on the same topic, for example, Semantics? Data Rescue? Data management and preservation? Do you feel like you live in a universe where you discuss your favorite research topic on monthly...

Remote Participation Options for the ESIP Summer Meeting

The ESIP community is gathering in Durham, N.C. July 19-22, 2016 for their annual summer meeting. The focus of this year's meeting is Frontiers in Earth Sciences...

Droning the Castle Hill Rock Formation and Building 3D Models with Photoscan & Drone2Map

This is my second blog post in a short series on my research trip to New Zealand. You can find Post #1 here.

This is also cross-posted with a post on my github-pages blog. Find it ...

Welcome Spring 2016 ESIP Members

The ESIP Assembly has accepted five new member organizations this spring, bringing total membership in ESIP to 185 organizations. The new ESIP members are: 

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