ASSW 2022 Science Day - Panel Debate

Current and future Arctic remote sensing

The panel debate had an open discussion on the current status of remote sensing in the Arctic, as well as visiting views on future opportunities, challenges, and priorities.


  • Herman Farbrot

    Herman FarbrotHerman Farbrot

    Herman is special advisor at the Research Council of Norway (RCN). His background is within permafrost research. Over the last ten years he has been working with funding of climate research, research infrastructures and space research, including satellite remote sensing.

  • Sandy Starkweather
  • Walt Meier  - Remote sensing observations of sea ice in a transformed Arctic climate

    Walt Meier

    Walt Meier

    Walt is a senior research scientist at the National Snow & Ice Data Center, part of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colorado. His research focusses on sea ice, passive microwave remote sensing, and Arctic climate change.

  • Annett Bartsch

    Annett Bartsch

    Annett Bartsch

    Annett is the founder and managing director of b.geos, which is a member of the Austrian Polar Research Institute and provides services based on the Copernicus Sentinel missions and high spatial resolution observations from space.

  • Terje Wahl