In the past decades imaging spectroscopy has proven to provide accurate, quantitative information on the state and evolution of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems to monitor environmental change and support a sustainable management of land and water resources. We aim to bring together leading scientists in the world working in this field together with international scientists involved in the scientific preparation of several future hyperspectral satellite missions as well as experts from different disciplines such as hydrology, soil sciences, and ecology. The workshop discussion will be organized along a selection of environmental themes and issues. These may include but are not restricted to climate change impacts, land cover changes and surface processes, biodiversity and ecosystem processes, hazards, and natural resources.
Last update: 19 October 2017