Supporting Remote Sensing for Montana
MontanaView is a consortium of universities, non-profit organizations, and government agencies working within Montana to advance the use of remotely sensed data for the benefit on Montana's citizens. MontanaView is a member of the AmericaView nationwide remote sensing consortium.
- To advance remote sensing through education and outreach in the public and private sectors.
- To advance remote sensing and sustainable technology transfer through research.
- Earth Observation Day: Tuesday, October 11, 2016. AmericaView is participating in the AGI sponsored Earth Science Week (ESW) via Earth Observation Day (EOD).
- MontanaView 2016 Student Awardees:
- Molly Stammer, Salish Kootenai College - Channel Migration of the Upper Flathead River
- Mo Li, Montana Tech - Aeromagnetic exploration of the rare earth element (REE) deposit sites in New Mexico
- Rachel Power, University of Montana - Remote Sensing Methods to Assess Riparian Vegetative Health on the North Fork Flathead River
- Nick Kline, University of Montana - Socio-economic Reorganization in Response to Climate Change in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta: A GIS Approach
- Sam Tittle, Montana State University - Narrow band optimization for wetland mapping
- Mike Oldham, Montana State University - Comparison of Landsat and NAIP for wetland classification
- AmericaView 2016 Fall Technical Meeting: The meeting will be held in Baton Rouge, LA, September 17-19.
- Montana student wins ASPRS Rocky Mountain Region Award: Emma Bode, an undergraduate student at Montana State University's Spatial Sciences Center, received a scholarship for her project, Spatial and temporal robustness of proposed models to estimate tree mortality using Landsat imagery with NAIP reference data.