Melanie Colón Posted January 25, 2018 Share Posted January 25, 2018 https://sites.nicholas.duke.edu/uas/portfolio/drones-for-land-trust-monitoring-and-management/ Drones can be game-changing tools for conservation and environmental science, but information about how to appropriately adopt and apply these tools can be hard to come by. To address this gap, the Duke Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing Lab and the Nicholas School Executive Education Program are proud to announce a new course: Drones for Land Trust Monitoring and Management. This 1-month online course will help environmental professionals determine how and when to apply unmanned aerial systems (UAS) technology to their conservation projects, specifically focusing on land trust and stewardship applications. Experts at the Duke University Marine Robotics and Remote Sensing Lab will advise and instruct on integrating this emerging technology into land trust workflows and management programs. Tuition is set at $250 USD Date: March 1, 2018 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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