We will meet remotely via Zoom on 29–30 October 2020.
All times are Pacific (i.e., PDT).
Standard talks are 12 minutes with 3 minutes for Q&A.
Blocks of 2–3 talks are followed by 15 additional minutes for Q&A.
Lightning talks are 5 minutes each.
|Sustainable development from space|
|Identifying environmental misreporting from space: Evidence from natural gas flaring in the Bakken Shale||09:45am||Post-talk Q&A|
|10:15am||Keynote: Seema Jayachandran|
|Crop residue burning in India|
|Lessons learned from building SilviaTerra Basemap, a first of its kind forest data product for the United States||11:30am||Post-talk Q&A|
|Moving from peta-pixels to things. Increasing transparency through ML and Data Science|
|Tracking the Actual Footprint of Fisheries: Fusing Radar and Vessel Telemetry Data to Reveal Global Vessel Traffic|
|The value of improving hurricane forecasts|
|01:30pm||Lightning round #1|
|Groundwater, energy, and crop choice|
|Water demand, land subsidence, and groundwater: Exploring data-driven approaches to freshwater sustainability challenges|
|The Local Benefits of Federal Mandates: Evidence from the Clean Water Act||09:45am||Post-talk Q&A|
|Machine Learning from Big GPS Data about the Costs of Congestion|
|Transportation Policies, Urban Structure, and Equilibrium Sorting|
|Street-network sprawl, worldwide|
|Adjustment on the margin: Evaluating emissions reduction policies in the face of short-run adjustment costs|
|Clouds and PUDLs: a JupyterHub for Energy Systems Analysis|
|Reproducible Geoprocessing of Agricultural, Climate, and Land Use Data at Scale with R|
|01:00pm||A. Patrick Behrer|
|Earth, Wind, and Fire: The impact of anti-poverty efforts on Indian agriculture and air pollution|
|01:45pm||Lightning round #2|
Please contact Ed Rubin with any additional questions.