GeoTirol 2016 – Annual Meeting DGGV | 25 -28 September 2016 @ Innsbruck – Austria

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Die Konferenz findet Ende September 2016 in Innsbruck statt, das Einreichen von Abstracts wird in den kommenden Tagen möglich sein. Die Deadline für Abstracts ist der 27.04.2016.
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Bennie Thiebes verweist auf den Call for Abstracts für die Session “Geo-environmental monitoring using remote- and close-range-sensing techniques” .

I – Geo-environmental monitoring using remote- and close-range-sensing techniques

Convenors: Martin Rutzinger (Austrian Academy of Science), Romy Schlögel (European Academy of Bozen)

Remote sensing and close range sensing techniques are methods measuring and mapping objects without making direct contact. Measurements are taken either by active sensors (e.g. topographic LiDAR and RADAR systems) or passive sensors (making use of e.g. the sunlight and thermal radiation). Data can be collected from terrestrial, mobile, airborne and satellite-based platforms. Environmental phenomena such as geological and geomorphological processes, vegetational development, etc. occur in different spatial and temporal scales. Changes can be measured in frequencies of minutes up to years and decades. Depending on the surface and landscape object type specific platforms and sensors are suitable for monitoring tasks. Specific combinations of platforms and sensors might give new insights in natural process analysis, event trigger identification, and information extraction for geo-environmental monitoring.

Contributions to this sessions are welcome with thematic focus on environmental geology, geological and geomorphological mapping, detection and mapping of mass movements, trigger identification, monitoring of erosion, shallow and deep-seated landslides. From a remote- and close-range-sensing perspective contributions might cover topics such as automated information extraction, time series analysis, error assessment and quality studies, multispectral sensing, topographic LiDAR, RADAR and InSAR, thermography, unmanned aerial vehicles, photogrammetry, geosensor networks, data integration and data fusion techniques.