Download call for papers. 2015 Quarterly Theme, Issue 1 Submissions accepted now through March 19, 2015 Earthzine.org is an online scientific journal sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). We are looking for feature stories, opinion pieces, research articles, news, and more for a special issue devoted to the theme of ÛÏIndigenous Perspectives on Environmental Change.Û Articles … Read More
The 5th Biennial Digital Earth Summit will be held in November in Nagoya, Japan. As an offshoot of the UNESCO World Conference on Education for Sustainable Development, the focus of the summit will be on how digital Earth technologies can be used to address sustainability education and other global issues.
The 8th Annual International Conference on Geographic Information Science will be held this September in Vienna. In recognition of the increasing role of citizen scientists and crowd-sourced information in geospatial research, the conference will be preceded by a workshop on Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI).
Student authors from around the globe contributed submissions to Earthzine’s 2013 Student Essay Contest. Five finalists were selected. We are now entering a second round of judging that includes a blog discussion between Earthzine readers and the authors. The blogging portion of this competition will continue through Oct. 31. Click and participate.
Earthzine is seeking articles of 800-1,500 words for the ÛÏ2013 Earth Science Technology Showcase,Û an online presentation of technology developments for the Earth science community. Principal investigators from the NASA Earth Science Technology Office (ESTO) are invited to participate, along with ESTO team members, collaborators, and students.
A Working Group of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) is organizing its 2nd Symposium on Advances in Geospatial Technologies for Health. The symposium is in collaboration with the 5th International Conference on Medical Geology (MEDGEO-2013), and the goal is to enhance cross-disciplinary collaborations to improve health and well-being by utilizing Earth observing technologies and data.