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Introductory Remote Sensing Code Labs
Some Code Labs have been translated to Japanese by Yu Fujimoto of Nara University, Nara City, Japan.
Introductory Workshop on Geospatial Analysis at Yale-NUS Data 2.0
Tirthankar "TC" Chakraborty, a doctoral scholar at Yale University, developed an introductory workshop on geospatial analysis using Google Earth Engine for the Yale-NUS Data 2.0 hackathon organized by Data-Driven Yale and Yale-NUS college.
Introductory Remote Sensing Lectures
Geospatial Software Design Exercises
The Global Snow Observatory
Materials developed by James Coll, Xingong Li and Terry Slocum at the University of Kansas for a workshop at the Association of American Geographers 2015 annual meeting are available from the Global Snow Observatory website.
Where The City Meets The Sea
Global Forest Change Explorer
Structured for a K-12 audience, the Global Forest Change Explorer is an online interactive application for learning about drivers of deforestation around the world.