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Applied Remote Sensing Training

Advanced Webinar: Using Earth Observations to Monitor Water Budgets for River Basin Management II

July 21, July 28, and August 4, 2020

10:00-12:00 ET or 16:00-18:00 ET (UTC-4)


Introductory Webinar: Understanding Phenology with Remote Sensing

June 30, July 7, and July 14, 2020

11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)


NEW TRAINING: NASA’s Earth Observing Fleet

Learn about the different satellites and sensors that comprise NASA's Earth Observing Fleet.


The ARSET Program offers satellite remote sensing training that builds the skills to integrate NASA Earth Science data into an agency’s decision-making activities. Trainings are offered in air quality, climate, disaster, health, land, water resources, and wildfire management. Through online and in person training, ARSET has reached over 32,000 participants from 170 countries and more than 7,500 organizations worldwide. 

Through ARSET trainings, you can learn how to: 

  • Use NASA data for environmental management
  • Search and access NASA resources relevant to your needs
  • Visualize, interpret, and apply remote sensing data and imagery

If you use the methods and data presented in ARSET trainings, please acknowledge the NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) Program. 

Upcoming Trainings

ARSET offers new trainings throughout the calendar year. You can view the upcoming trainings, or take a look at previous online trainings

The following document offers a suggested sequence of online trainings by application area for those new to well-versed in remote sensing. 

NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) Online Capacity Building Resources


Stay Informed

If you would like information on upcoming workshops and project activities please sign up for the listserv

If you or your organization is interested in suggesting a training topic or hosting a training, please contact us.

ARSET is sponsored by the Applied Sciences Program within NASA's Earth Sciences Division. We would like to thank Nancy Searby, Applied Science's Capacity Building Program Manager, for her support of this project.