Grant Name:

Airborne Taxonomic Mapping System

  • Date Awarded:
    Nov 2008
     
  • Amount:
    $5,250,000
     
  • Term:
    24 months
     
  • Grant ID:
    GBMF2002
     
  • Funding Area:
    Science
     
 
 

To develop and integrate a next generation spectrometer into the Airborne Taxonomic Mapping System, a remote sensing system designed to accurately identify the chemical, structural and taxonomic makeup of tropic forests at an unprecedented scale and level of detail.

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