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Remote sensors and satellite and drone data gather data about impacts of climate change in Homer Alaska.

Scientists from University of Michigan and the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies in Homer join host Kathleen Gustafson to talk about an ongoing project to use remote sensors and satellite and drone data to gather data about the impacts of climate change on Inspiration Ridge Preserve and The Wynn Nature Center.

Nina Faust - Inspiration Ridge Preserve

Jasper Hsieh - Data Science and mapping

Bradley Popovich - UM Center for Sustainable Systems

Beth Trowbridge - Director, Center for AK Coastal Studies

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