Sensing and Mapping the Marine Environment 3 - 04/07/2007
This one-day symposium will bring together the special interests of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society (RSPSoc) and Challenger Society for Marine Science (CSMS) through the RSPSoc/CSMS jointly affiliated ocean colour SIG. The symposium is being held at The Geological Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London on 16th July 2007.
Talks include: a Novel Technique for Estimation of Primary Production directly from Earth Observation Data: An Inherent Optical Property Approach, Kathryn Barker (University of Plymouth / Plymouth Marine Laboratory); GlobColour: Developing a European ocean colour service supporting global carbon-cycle research and operational Oceanography, TBC (ACRI / University of Plymouth); New Approaches and Methods in Marine Geological Mapping, Christian Wilson (British Geological Survey); The Landmap service and use of ASAR imagery for inter-tidal areas mapping, Kamie Kitmitto (University of Manchester)
A few places are still available for presentations, please email Dr Samantha Lavender if you are interested in presenting.
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