Catherine Champagne leads the development of agro-climate data sets from earth observation and modelled climate data for the National Agroclimate Information Service at Agriculture Canada. She has 25 years of professional experience in monitoring environmental health of ecosystems, food production and food security using geospatial and other data sets. Her expertise spans remote sensing, land surface hydrology, soils and climatology of agricultural, forested and industrial (mines and metals) environment. She has worked with a variety of remote sensing data including hyperspectral, optical, active and passive microwave at a variety of geographic scales.
Sessions in which Catherine Champagne participates
- Monitoring the Impacts of Extreme Weather on Canada's Food Supply with Catherine Champagne, Environmental Scientist, National Agroclimate Information Service with Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada
- 1:45 PM EST - 2:15 PM EST | 30 minutes
- Inter-annual variability in agricultural production in Canada is largely determined by weather and climate. Climate-related impacts have caused ...