2017 Institute of Australian Geographers (IAG) Conference
This year’s conference is being hosted by The University of Queensland at the St Lucia campus. The conference theme is ‘Geography Counts’, stressing the role of geography in informing policy from a holistic, global perspective. The conference organisers would like to stress the breadth of the discipline, and welcome participation across all sub-disciplines, and from those using a diversity of methodologies.
You are invited to submit an abstract for the session:
Geospatial Technologies Informing Australia’s Environmental Strategies and Policies: Leading Practices
Australia’s TERN AusCover delivers earth observation data and products from satellite and airborne imagery, linked to field observations, that measure and monitor key land-surface and environmental characteristics. This session will focus on how environmental monitoring and management activities can use AusCover products; e.g. supporting bushfire management, carbon emissions trading, pollen monitoring for public health benefits, natural resource management. Submissions that showcase different AusCover TERN applications as well as other applied research on environmental and policy management assisted by remote sensing are welcomed.
Deadline for Abstract Submission is Wednesday 5 April.
Early bird conference registration is open until 1 May and is $655 for IAG members and $425 for student members.
For more information visit the conference website