Mark your calendars for the annual LCLUC science team meeting to take place at Marriott Washingtonian Center (Rio), located in Gaithersburg, MD.
This LCLUC Science Team meeting will consist of presentations from the LCLUC Science Team members funded for research on LCLUC in South Asia and Synthesis (ROSES 2015 Selections), and posters of recent results from other ongoing LCLUC research including LCLUC-relevant projects under other programs, such as Inter-Disciplinary Science, Carbon Cycle, Students Fellowships and New Investigator Programs. The third day will focus on the final results from the 2014 LCLUC Multisource land Imaging (MuSLI) initiative, recent MuSLI proposal selections and future interactions with the Landsat Science Team.
Although the LCLUC Science Team Meetings are focused on the research activities of the current science team members (P.I.'s, Co-I's and grad students working on funded projects, other NASA-funded land cover land use related projects (e.g. IDS, Carbon, NIP, Applied Sciences, etc.) and our partner programs, the meetings are open to those interested in the LCLUC program. We especially welcome alumni from previously-funded LCLUC projects, and LCLUC partners and collaborators to attend our Science Team Meetings, Those planning on attending should register early for the meeting via the registration link which is provided on this page. There is no registration fee. The number of attendees for each meeting is capped based on the size of the meeting rooms and for this reason, we discourage unregistered walk-ins. For our regional LCLUC meetings we encourage attendance by LCLUC PI's and their collaborators who are working in the region.
A poster viewing session preceeded by rapid 1.5 minute poster introductions will take place on the first day. Poster space is limited and thus early poster registration is suggested with priorty given to invited poster presenters (with remaining space given to others interested to present on their work of interest to the LCLUC community). We are soliciting poster presentations with rapid 1-2minute introductions from LCLUC-funded SARI projects, LCLUC Caucasus projects, LCLUC student and LCLUC-related NESSF projects, LCLUC-related New Investigators, LCLUC-related IDS and carbon projects. Posters size is limited to maximum of 4ft by 6ft with a recommended size of 3ft by 5ft. Presenters are responsible for printing their own posters.