Submitted by carlos.ochoa on Sun, 11/25/2018 - 13:59
During the last two weeks of November 2018, Nicole Durfee, a Ph.D. student in our Ecohydrology team, will be leading a series of presentations based on her doctoral work on Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) at OSU. During her various presentations, she will speak to various groups in the Falkland Islands, in South America, on the use of UAVs on agricultural, rangeland, and forestry applications. Several workshops will be held over this time to provide participants with “hands-on” experience with UAV operation, mapping, and basic image processing. Nicole's participation in this event is possible through a partnership with the South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute’s Coastal Habitat Mapping project, through the Shackleton Scholarship Fund.