[OSGeo Africa] MISR-HR User Satisfaction Survey
Hugo De Lemos
hdelemos at gmail.com
Mon Nov 6 06:20:37 PST 2017
The Global Change Institute (GCI) of the University of the Witwatersrand
invite you to participate in the MISR-HR User Satisfation Survey. The
MISR-HR Wiki provides information and documentation on the MISR-HR
processing system, a software package which re-analyses MISR Global Mode
data to undo on-board averaging by providing best estimates of measurements
initially acquired by the detectors, and to deliver a wide range of
geophysical products at higher spatial resolution.
MISR-HR has the potential to be an impactful science product, which seeks
to re-evaluate the way in which we understand changes in the physical
structure of terrestrial surfaces and how these changes potentially impact
local environmental energy flux and ecosystem adaptation.
This survey is targeted at users of the wiki and wider earth observation
community. It is aimed at evaluating whether or not the current content is
useful, and how it can be improved upon in future releases. GCI would
appreciate your input, which could help in improving future offerings of
the wiki. The survey should take about 10 or so minutes to complete. Your
identity will be kept anonymous and the information gathered will not be
used for commercial purposes. Should you wish to receive information on
the outcomes of the survey, please include your email. Your contact
details will not be shared with third parties. Please note, questions
marked with an asterisk (*) are compulsory.
If you need to familiarise yourself with the wiki before starting the
survey, follow the link below:
Link to the survey:
Hugo De Lemos
PhD Student, Global Change Institute (GCI)
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