M. Lorraine Tighe, PhD
Dr. Tighe has a Ph.D. in Earth Sciences, a graduate degree in Remote Sensing and GIS, and a B.Sc. in Physics and Geology. Dr. Tighe has delivered lectures ranging from a half day workshop to a 4 week training program to over 2000 participants in USA, Canada, Jamaica, Brazil, Ecuador, Honduras, … More »
Careers in Remote Sensing Part II
November 15th, 2013 by M. Lorraine Tighe, PhD
On August 20th I posted a blog on a distinguished Intermap employee “Mr. Robert Crawford” who has been in the remote sensing business for nearly four decades. The blog had a snipped of a newspaper article from “CORPUS CHRISTI CALLER dating back to February 18, 1977.
Today I clip another part of that newspaper article that speaks to the remote sensing tasks that Bob was working on back in 1977! All of these applications are still important in Remote Sensing today, however, there has been quite a few changes moving from paper/analog methods to three, four and even five dimensional digital remote sensing techniques are deployed to solve the same issues Bob faced in 1977.
I will be participating in a webinar on Remote Sensing careers hosted by The Geological Remote Sensing Group (https://www.grsg.org.uk/) for North America. Please join us to hear about three difference career paths in Remote Sensing
Register today: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/588744336