Citizen Scientists and Beach Erosion on the ISPRS Student Consortium Newsletter
The Deakin Marine Mapping Group member, Ph.D. candidate Nicolas Pucino's article appears on the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) student consortium newsletter.
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The International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Student Consortium (ISPRS SC, the Consortium) represents a constituency of the students and the young professionals with shared interests and goals within the ISPRS (the Society) in the areas of photogrammetry, remote sensing, and spatial information science.
Newsletter for this issue features articles and interviews on Unoccupied Aerial Systems (UASs) and how these remote sensing technologies are being utilized to monitor our environment. As being one of the promising mentees for the The ISPRS Student Consortium Leadership and Service Mentorship Programme, Nicolas Pucino shared his motivation for studying remote sensing.
His essay titled "Citizen scientists ﬂy UAVs to monitor beach erosion" also appears on the newsletter. This essay is a summarize of his recent paper published in the Nature's Scientific Report.
To read the details of the Newsletter , click here.
To read the open access Publication in Scientific Report, click here.
Last edited on the April 30th, 2021.