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Anders Knudby

Lab director, Associate professor. Anders has worked with remote sensing for two decades, in research and consulting. His primary research interests are large-scale applications of Earth Observation technology, and development of robust image processing algorithms.

COMREN

SWEOL is an active member of the Canadian Ocean Mapping Research and Education Network (COMREN) aims to provide an improved structure and sharing capabilities in terms of research interest and academic activities in ocean mapping. It brings together the following institutions: British Columbia Institute of Technology CIDCO Memorial University Nova Scotia Community College University of New Brunswick University of Ottawa York University Université Laval

NetCOLOR

NetCOLOR is a network of Canadian experts and end-users in the field of aquatic colour remote sensing established in 2014 through funding from the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Its main purpose is to provide a means for researchers and other people working in the field of aquatic remote sensing to create an efficient and united centre of expertise through the development of a national strategy for research, training and dissemination of water colour products. SWEOL Director Anders Knudby is on the NetCOLOR steering committee, and several students are involved in various roles.

GEO Aquawatch

AquaWatch is an Initiative within the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) that aims to develop and build the global capacity and utility of Earth Observation-derived water quality data, products and information to support water resources management and decision making. The goal of the AquaWatch Initiative is to develop and build the global capacity and utility of Earth Observation-derived water quality data, products and information to support effective monitoring, management and decision making.