Integrating satellite imagery and palaeoecological datasets to explore recent environmental change
On Thursday 21st May 2015, the York REAL members Rob Marchant, Colin Courtney Mustaphi, Rebecca Kariuki and Esther Githumbi, attended a palaeoecology and remote sensing discipline-bridging meeting at the University of Nottingham organised by Dr. Christopher Marston. The aim of the meeting was to bring together leaders in remote sensing and palaeoecology build collaborations and research capacity for integrated palaeoecology-remote sensing research. Dr. Rob Marchant presented a talk on the ongoing research in Amboseli “Past, present and future ecosystem dynamics within the Amboseli Basin, Kenya” that incorporates multiple palaeoecological study sites and remote sensing imagery and data.