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The purpose of the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory (RSEOL) is to make remote sensing accessible to people who are not remote sensing experts.  The Laboratory will provide a venue, both at Goddard and on-line, for the development and dissemination of remotely sensed data, and data processing technologies.  The customers of the RSEOL range from students who wish to learn the basics of remote sensing to scientists and professionals who need to use remotely sensed data but do not want to take the time to become remote sensing experts.

These pages contain the developmental version of the home page that will be displayed on the computers in the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Building 16W, Room S004.

The welcome screen (home page) for the computers in the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory will contain all the information that the user needs to get started.  The page will be installed on all the computers in the lab, and will also be available via the World Wide Web.  These pages will provide direction for all of the resources of the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory.

See the new Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory home page

 

"Strawman" Welcome Screen (home page) for the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory

The Plan for the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory

Tasks for the Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory

The Remote Sensing Tutorial

Photograph of the current Remote Sensing Education and Outreach Laboratory

 

Some of the datasets and technologies to be investigated at the RSEOL:

 

For resources currently available to set up the RSEOL please see: John Bolton's Remote Sensing Laboratory Resources

For John Bolton's CV, please see: John Bolton's Experience

 

This page was last modified on 19 January, 2015

 

John Bolton's Initiatives 1985 Present

 

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