THE CORP SYMPOSIUM
The CoRP Science Symposium utilizes significant STAR, NOAA and University/Academia efforts to further remote sensing research and applications. The Symposium targets multidisciplinary research with a focus on early-career scientists and is part of a larger strategy to promote federal and academic partnerships.
The purpose of this 2-day symposium is to highlight research and application development within NESDIS and its Cooperative Institutes and Cooperative Science Center which includes - CIMSS, CIRA, CICS (CICS-MD & CICS-NC) and NOAA-CREST.
The main audience is comprised of students (graduate and undergraduate) and early career scientists. Out of this group, there are 2-3 awards given for the best oral presentation and/or poster displays.
POSTER AWARD WINNERS
Andrea Gomez: The 2014-2016 Global Coral Bleaching Event: Preliminary Comparisons Between Thermal Stress and Bleaching Timing and Intensity
Wilson Pena: Observations of Saharan Dust Long-range Transport and Optical Properties at the Caribbean Area
Shelbi Tippett: Remote Sensing Monitoring Of Canadian Wildfire Smoke And Its Impact On Baltimore Air Quality
PRESENTATIONS AND POSTERS