ISRO is offering a free online course on Water Quality Studies using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for the Indian Coastal and Inland Waters
ISRO has announced a one day free online course called “Water Quality Studies using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for the Indian Coastal and Inland Waters” for interested students and professionals. The course will be conducted by the Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), a centre of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) involved in the field of remote sensing and geoinformatics. After completion of the workshop participants will be familiarized with different applications of geospatial technology in mapping water quality parameters and will also get to know the future of this field of study, says the institute.
What the ISRO Free Online Course Will Cover?
The course aims at giving participants an overview of applications of hyperspectral remote sensing technology for various water quality studies. Some of the topics that will be covered are as follows:
- Basics of hyperspectral remote sensing.
- Processing of hyperspectral remote sensing data.
- Coastal water quality mapping using hyperspectral remote sensing data.
- Inland water quality mapping using hyperspectral remote sensing data.
- Overview of Water Body Information System (Bhuvan NRSC).
Who Can Attend the ISRO Free Online Course?
The course has been designed for the following participants:
- Professionals from the Central and State Government.
- Professionals from private organizations.
- NGOs engaged in water resources management.
- Students and researchers aligned to research in water quality studies.
How to Attend the ISRO Free Online Course?
Interested participants have the following options to attend the free online course:
- Individuals can attend the course live via any web browser through the e-class portal of IIRS, Dehradun:
- Click here
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