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About us

The Remote Sensing and Satellite Research Group (RSSRG), based at Curtin University in Bentley (Perth), Western Australia, is part of a national and international network of scientists that undertake quantitative research in the field of Earth observations from space. 

RSSRG has undergone many phases along the several decades since its inception in the 1970s. 

Recently, a number of new projects have been started, mainly in the marine domain, although land remote sensing is still part of our activities and interests.

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HISTORY PEOPLE RESEARCH
The RSSRG has been active for more than 35 years, going through various phases of activity. A brief summary of the main steps in our history is given under this section

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Under this page you will get to know more about our current members, students, visitors and alumni.



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Our research spans a range of topics, from field work related to marine optics, to algorithm development for satellite missions, including ocean- and land-related applications.

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FACILITIES PUBLICATIONS OTHERS
The RSSRG has set up a number of facilities in support of research



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Our group publishes research outputs in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, and actively participates in workshops, conferences and other gatherings of our research community

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Here you can see our implication in a number of National and International activities and initiatives related to our research, to its promotion, and to its development

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Remote Sensing and Satellite Research Group, Curtin University, Bentley, WA 6102
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