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Draft Programme, 14 October 2008

Day 1, Monday 3 November 2008 - Plenary Session
10:50-12:30 Opening Session  
12:30-14:10 Lunch and Posters display  
Day 1, Monday 3 November 2008 - Room One
AVNIR-2 and PRISM: Cal/Val and Processing 
14:10-14:30Updated results of calibration and validation of PRISM and AVNIR-2Takeo Tadono (JAXA)
14:30-14:50ALOS AVNIR-2 Prototype Processor for Atmospheric CorrectionRudolf Richter (DLR - German Aerospace Center)
14:50-15:10Georeferencing and Orthoimage Generation from Long Strips of ALOS ImageryClive Fraser (Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Inform.)
presented by Franz Rottensteiner
15:10-15:30AVNIR2 real-time raw data processing for images and product generationLuca Mellano (CHELYS srl)
15:30-15:50Evaluation of Deconvolution Methods for PRISM ImagesPeter Schwind (German Aerospace Center)
15:50-16:10Geometric Investigations on ALOS/PRISM Imagery over Adana and Wellington Testfields Sultan Aksakal (ETH Zurich)
16:10-16:30The quality control of the ALOS PRISM / AVNIR-2 data at ESASebastien Saunier (Earth Observation Quality Control)
16:30-17:00 Round table  
Day 1, Monday 3 November 2008 - Room Two
PALSAR: Cal/Val and Processing 
14:10-14:30ADEN ALOS PALSAR Product VerificationPeter Meadows (BAE Systems Advanced Technology Centre)
14:30-14:50Polarimetric Palsar System Model Assessment and Calibration Ridha Touzi (Canada Centre for Remote Sensing)
14:50-15:10Coherent Scatterers on ALOS/PalSAR data: Detection, analysis and potentialsRafael Zandona-Schneider (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
15:10-15:30Compensating PALSAR Imagery for Ionosphere EffectsJong-Sen Lee (National Central University)
15:30-15:50Accurate Geometric Correction for Normalisation of PALSAR RadiometryDavid Small (University of Zurich)
15:50-16:10PALSAR calibration with passive antenna reflectorsAlexander Zakharov (FIRE RAS)
16:10-16:30ALOS-Indonesia POLinSAR Experiment (AIPEX): First ResultMahmud Raimadoya (Bogor Agricultural University)
16:30-17:00 Round table  
17:00-18:30 Welcome cocktail  
Day 2, Tuesday 4 November 2008 - Room One
PRISM: Cal/Val and Photogrammetry 
09:05-09:25The in-flight estimate of the modulation transfer function of PRISM optical sensorSebastien Saunier (Earth Observation Quality Control)
09:25-09:45PRISM geometric Cal/Val and DSM performanceJunichi Takaku (Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan)
09:45-10:05Stereo Evaluation of ALOS/PRISM Data on ESA-AO Test Sites – First DLR ResultsMathias Schneider (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
10:05-10:25DSM Generation Using ALSO/PRISM Image Data and the software package SAT-PPKirsten Wolff (IGP, ETH Zurich)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Oceanography 
11:25-11:45Utilization of ALOS data for mapping coastal habitats: examples of seagrass beds from boreal to tropical watersTeruhisa Komatsu (The University of Tokyo)
11:45-12:05Coastal Zone Mapping Using PALSAR and AVNIR-2 DataSoo Chin Liew (National University of Singapore)
12:05-12:25Observing Dry-Fallen Intertidal Flats in the German Bight Using ALOS PALSAR Together With Other Microwave and Optical Remote Sensing SensorsMartin Gade (Universität Hamburg)
12:25-12:45 Development and Demonstration of Coastal and Hydrologic Applications of ALOS PALSAR Imagery for NOAA CoastWatchWilliam Pichel (NOAA/NESDIS)
presented by Xiaofeng Li
12:45-13:05Estuaries of European Rivers observed by ALOS PALSARSusanne Lehner (DLR)
13:05-13:25Wind Field Retrieval from ALOS PALSAR - Comparison to Weather Model and ENVISAT ASAR resultsJochen Horstmann (NATO)
13:25-14:55 Lunch and Posters display  
Oceanography - continuation 
14:55-15:15Oceanographic Applications of ALOS PALSAR Imagery to the Coast of Korea PeninsulaDuk-jin Kim (Korea Aerospace Research Institute)
15:15-15:35Oceanic dynamic phenomena and sea ice in the Southern Okhotsk Sea: study with ALOS PALSAR and ancillary data Leonid Mitnik (Pacific Oceanological Institute, FEB RAS)
15:35-16:05 Round table  
Sea ice and Ice 
16:05-16:25Airborne Sea Ice Campaigns in Support of the ALOS MissionWolfgang Dierking (Alfred Wegener Institute)
16:25-17:05 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Sea ice and Ice - continuation 
17:05-17:25Improved sea ice monitoring for the Baltic Sea - Summary of first two yearsLeif E.B. Eriksson (Chalmers University of Technology)
17:25-17:45Evaluation of ALOS-PALSAR for Sea Ice Monitoring at the North American Ice ServiceDean Flett (Canadian Ice Service)
presented by Xiaofeng Li (NOAA/NESDIS)
Day 2, Tuesday 4 November 2008 - Room Two
Polarimetric Interferometry 
08:45-09:05ALOS-PalSAR Pol-InSAR Results Konstantinos Papathanassiou (German Aerospace Center)
09:05-09:25Theory and PALSAR Observations of the PolInSAR pi/4 modeMarco Lavalle (University Tor Vergata)
09:25-09:45Digital Elevation Estimation of Seminatural Forests Using Polarimetric Interferometric SAR DataParivash Lumsdon (Intermap Technologies Corp.)
presented by Bryan Mercer
09:45-10:05Dragon 2 POLINSAR Project id 5344: Progress ResultsErxue Chen (Chinese Academy of Forestry)
presented by Eric Pottier on behalf of all project partners
10:05-10:25Relationships between tropical, temperate and boreal forest variables and PALSAR dataKevin Tansey (University of Leicester)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Forestry 
11:25-11:45Assessment of ALOS PALSAR Polarimetric Measurements of Tropical Forest Structure and BiomassSassan Saatchi (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
11:45-12:05Analysis of ALOS/PALSAR polarimetric signatures and scattering mechanisms of forest types in Tapajós region, Brazil.João Roberto dos Santos (National Institute for Space Research - INPE)
12:05-12:25Scaling of Forest Biomass and Structural Attributes through Integration of ALOS PALSAR data: Case Studies from AustraliaRichard Lucas (Aberystwyth University)
12:25-12:45Pan-Tropical Forest Mapping and Monitoring with ALOS/PALSAR Josef Kellndorfer (The Woods Hole Research Center)
12:45-13:05Estimating the Carbon Storage Capacity of Hong Kong’s Vegetation using PALSARLatifur Sarker (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
13:05-13:25Analysis of Spatial Statistics in PALSAR Data by Wavelet Frames for Forest Structural CharacterizationGianfranco De Grandi (European Commission - DG Joint Research Centre)
presented by Richard Lucas (University of Wales)
13:25-13:55 Round table  
13:55-14:55 Lunch and Posters display  
Polarimetry 
14:55-15:15Polarimetric Time Series Analysis of ALOS-PalSAR Data Irena Hajnsek (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
presented by Kostas Papathanassiou
15:15-15:35Mapping Scotland with PALSAR:An Assessment of the Importance of L-Band PolarimetryShane Cloude (AEL Consultants)
15:35-15:55Evaluation of ALOS PALSAR Data for Forest ClassificationDavid Goodenough (Natural Resources Canada)
15:55-16:15Contribution of ALOS PALSAR fully polarimetric data for tropical vegetation cartographyCedric Lardeux (Universitee de Marne La Vallee)
16:15-16:35Polarimetric ALOS Potential for Sub-arctic Peatland Wetland Characterization in Wapusk National Park R. Touzi (Canada Centre for Remote Sensing)
16:35-17:05 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Polarimetry - continuation 
17:05-17:25PolSARpro v3.3 Software and ALOS/PALSAR PolSAR Data ProcessingEric POTTIER (IETR UMR CNRS 6164)
17:25-17:45Polarimetric mosaicking of ortho-rectified ALOS/Palsar dataYrjo Rauste (VTT)
17:45-18:15 Round table  
Day 3, Wednesday 5 November 2008 - Room One
Sea ice and Ice - continuation 
08:45-09:05Studies on sea ice and polynya off the Cape Darnley in East Antarctica, using the ALOS PALSAR and passive microwave dataKay I. Ohshima (Hokkaido University)
09:05-09:25Recent break-up events on Wilkins Ice Shelf (Antarctic Peninsula)Matthias Braun (University of Bonn)
09:25-09:45Detection of Glacier Surface Conditions and Recent Glacier Variations in Patagonia Using ALOS DataMasamu Aniya (University of Tsukuba)
09:45-10:05Seasonal and multi-year surface velocity oscillations in North West Svalbard glaciersDamien Mansell (Swansea University)
10:05-10:25Observations of glacier dynamics with PALSAR DATATazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Geomorphology and Geology 
11:25-11:45Investigation on the Ancient Site Location in the Mesopotamian Region Based on ALOS DataKen Matsumoto (Kokushikan Univ.)
presented by Tomoya Goto
11:45-12:05Evaluating the use of ALOS data (microwave and optical) for mapping geomorphological features of selected areas in Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands (West Antarctica)Magaly Koch (Boston University)
12:05-12:25Multiscale geological mapping using multispectral data. The Jabali (Yemen) case studyJean Paul DEROIN (Université Paris-Est)
12:25-12:45Spatial resolution enhancement of ALOS data for geological mappingKonstantinos Nikolakopoulos (Institute of Geology & Mineral Exploration (IGME))
12:45-13:05Using Palsar imagery for characterizing natural properties of volcanic conduits in the Ethiopian volcanic provinceDaniel Mège (University of Nantes)
13:05-13:35 Round table  
13:35-14:45 Lunch and Posters display  
Landslide studies 
14:45-15:05Platforms and Image Processing Techniques for Descriminating Mass Movements in Lebanon Chadi Abdallah (National Council for Scientific Research)
15:05-15:25Establishment of monitoring and hazard level assessment system for landslide disasters by ALOS, and its applicationRyoichi Furuta (Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan)
15:25-15:45Survey of landslide activity in the Swiss Alps with ALOS PALSARTazio Strozzi (Gamma Remote Sensing)
15:45-16:05AlOS-PalSAR data for Geological Mapping and Landslide MonitoringVernon Singhroy (Canada Centre for Remote Sensing)
16:05-16:35 Round table  
16:35-17:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
InSAR Research and Applications 1 
17:25-17:45Reduction of ionospheric effects on L-band InSAR measurements using GPS dataZhenhong Li (University of Glasgow)
17:45-18:05Evaluation of ALOS observations for Wetland InSAR applicationsShimon Wdowinski (University of Miami)
presented by Falk Amelung
18:05-18:25Studies of Antarctic Ice Shelf Ocean Tides and Wetland Hydrology Using ALOS/PALSAR InterferometryC.K. Shum (School of Earth Sciences, The Ohio State Univ.)
18:25-18:45ALOS INSAR for Permafrost Monitoring ApplicationsBrian Brisco (CCRS)
presented by Naomi Short
18:45-19:05Ice motion in Antarctica using ALOS PALSAR observations from 2006 and 2007Eric Rignot (University of California Irvine)
19:05-19:25MapReady: An Open Source Tool for the Utilization of SAR in Geospatial ApplicationsDon Atwood (Alaska Satellite Facility)
Day 3, Wednesday 5 November 2008 - Room Two
Land Cover and Land Cover Change 1 
08:45-09:05Study of the Ecological Impact of Sewage Irrigated Vegetable Farming of Calcutta Metropolis using Remote Sensing & GISNitai Kundu (Institute of Environmental Studies and Wetland Ma)
09:05-09:25Monitoring of Landscape Changes Due to Petroleum Fields Exploitation, Construction of Oil Pipelines and Oil Terminal in the Northern Part of the Timan-Pechorian Petroleum Province Using Multitemporal ALOS and LANDSAT DataIrina Smirnova (VNIIKAM)
09:25-09:45Development of urban forest monitoring method and land cover monitoring in TakamatsuAtsuko Nonomura (Kagawa University)
09:45-10:05Emergency Geohazard Mapping for Wenchuan Earthquake Disaster in ChinaJian Guo Liu (Imperial College London)
10:05-10:25Building database as background of Wildland Fire with spatio-temporal GISToshihisa Honma (Hokkaido University)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break  
Land Cover and Land Cover Change 2 
11:25-11:45Monitoring Change in Vegetation and Hydrology with ALOS PALSARDon Atwood (Alaska Satellite Facility)
11:45-12:05Land Use/Land Cover Classification In Amazon Using Alos Palsar Polarimetric DataLuciano Vieira Dutra (National Institute for Space Research of Brazil)
12:05-12:25Integrated use of multi-mode and multi-angle SAR data for land cover identification in tropicsAndreas Langner (The University of Tokyo)
12:25-12:45Study on the land cover/use features by using ALOS-PALSAR dataHwee San Lim (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
12:45-13:05Comparison of ALOS-PALSAR and TerraSAR-X Data in Terms of Detecting Settlements – First ResultsThomas Esch (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
13:05-13:35 Round table  
13:35-14:45 Lunch and Posters display  
Kyoto and Carbon 
14:45-15:05Mapping of seasonal inundation in the Congo River basin using PALSAR ScanSAR Ake Rosenqvist (European Commission JRC)
15:05-15:25Regional Characterisation and Mapping of Australian Forest Structural Types from ALOS PALSAR dataRichard Lucas (Aberystwyth University)
15:25-15:45Preliminary results on forest monitoring in Sumatra using ALOS-PALSARShaun Quegan (CTCD - University of Sheffield)
15:45-16:05An Estimation of Forest Biomass Loss in Central Siberia Using PALSAR DataMihai Tanase (University of Zaragoza)
16:05-16:25Investigations on forestry applications in Sweden using ALOS PALSAR Maurizio Santoro (Gamma Remote Sensing)
presented by Leif Eriksson (Chalmers University of Technology)
16:25-16:45ALOS Palsar Winter Coherence and Summer Intensities for Large Scale Forest Monitoring in Siberia Christian Thiel (Friedrich-Schiller University)
16:45-17:15 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Kyoto and Carbon - continuation 
17:15-17:35Global Wetlands Mapping Using ALOS PALSAR data Bruce Chapman (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
17:35-17:55Regional Mapping and Monitoring Rice Production and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Asia with PALSARWilliam Salas (Applied Geosolutions, LLC)
17:55-18:15Evaluation of PALSAR data for wetland mapping in the Mekong River Basin and in the Murray-Darling Basin.Anthony Milne (University of New South Wales)
18:15-18:35Contributions of ALOS PALSAR to Global Mangrove Mapping and MonitoringRichard Lucas (Aberystwyth University)
18:35-18:55A Detailed Analysis of Repeat-pass Interferometric and Polarimetric ALOS/PALSAR data over the Harvard ForestPaul Siqueira (Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory)
18:55-19:25 Round table  
19:30-23:00 Social event  
Day 4, Thursday 6 November 2008 - Room One
InSAR Research and Applications 1 - continuation 
09:05-09:25Experimental PALSAR Interferometry in Shanghai for ground subsidence monitoringJicang Wu (Tongji University)
09:25-09:45L- and C-band SAR Interferometry analysis of the Wieliczka Salt Mine area (UNESCO Heritage Site, Poland)Davide Oscar Nitti (Dipartimento di Fisica - Politecnico di Bari)
presented by Fabio Bovenga
09:45-10:05Application and evaluation of ALOS PALSAR data for monitoring of mining induced surface deformations using interferometric techniquesDiana Walter (TU Clausthal)
10:05-10:25Study of 6 August 2007 Crandall Canyon mine (Utah, USA) collapse from ALOS PALSAR InSARZhong Lu (U.S. Geological Survey)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
     
InSAR: research and applications 2 
11:25-11:45PALSAR SCANSAR-SCANSAR InterferometryMasanobu Shimada (Japan Aerospace and Exploration Agency, (JAXA))
11:45-12:05Imaging Crustal Deformation Along the San Andreas Fault System with ALOS InSAR and GPSDavid Sandwell (Scripps Institution of Oceanography)
presented by Masanobu Shimada (JAXA)
12:05-12:25Two-dimensional Co-Seismic Surface Displacement Associated with Wenchuan Earthquake Measured Using PALSAR and ASAR DataXiaoli Ding (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
presented by Lei Zhang
12:25-12:45Fault Slip Model for the 12 May 2008 Wenchuan-Beichuan Mw 7.9 earthquake in Sichuan, China from ALOS, Envisat and other satellite dataEric Fielding (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech)
12:45-13:05Comparisons between L-band and C-band InSAR for large 2007-2008 earthquakes in Asia: Implications for future SAR missions and earthquake studiesZhenhong Li (COMET, University of Glasgow)
13:05-13:25ALOS Study of the 2007 Pisco, Peru EarthquakeJuliet Biggs (University of Miami)
presented by Falk Amelung
13:25-14:45 Lunch and Posters display  
InSAR: research and applications 2 - continuation 
14:45-15:05Evolution of the 2007 magma-driven earthquake swarm in the northern Tanzania sector of the East African Rift: Envisat and ALOS interferometry, ground observations and elastic modelingGidon Baer (Geological Survey of Israel)
15:05-15:25A continental rifting event in Tanzania revealed by Envisat and ALOS InSAR observationsA.M. Oyen (Delft University of Technology)
15:25-15:45Ongoing Deep-Seated Activity in the Northern Volcanic Zone, Iceland - Insights From InSARAndrew Hooper (Delft University of Technology)
15:45-16:05ALOS PALSAR interferometry of Taupo Volcanic Zone, New ZealandSergey Samsonov (GNS Science)
16:05-16:25Ground deformation at Etna (Italy) and MiyakeJima (Japan) from interferometric PALSAR ALOS dataPierre Briole (Ecole Normale Supérieure)
16:25-16:55 Round table  
16:55-17:25 Coffee Break  
Day 4, Thursday 6 November 2008 - Room Two
Floods and Wetlands 
08:45-09:05Application of PALSAR, PRISM & TRMM Data for Flood Monitoring in Pakistan’s Mardan District Rahmatullah Jilani (SUPARCO)
09:05-09:25Αn object-oriented approach for wetland habitats inventory and assessment using ALOS AVNIR-2 and Uunmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) dataMoschos Vogiatzis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
presented by George Zalidis
09:25-09:45Detection of Decadal Change in Alaskan Wetlands Using ALOS/PALSAR and JERS SAR DataMahta Moghaddam (The University of Michigan)
09:45-10:05Application of ALOS PALSAR data to classify vegetation in an anthropogenically affected wetland area in Central Spain (Las Tablas de Daimiel)Thomas Schmid (CIEMAT)
10:05-10:25Monitoring indicators for Mediterranean wetland and agricultural area using ALOS dataThomas Alexandridis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
10:25-10:55 Round table  
10:55-11:25 Coffee Break and Posters display  
Hydrology 
11:25-11:45Soil Moisture Retrieval Using ALOS PALSAR: CLASIC ResultsThomas Jackson (USDA ARS)
11:45-12:05Improving spatial resolution of agricultural water use estimation using ALOS AVNIR-2 imageryThomas K. Alexandridis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
12:05-12:25Soil moisture retrieval from co-polarized ALOS PALSAR backscattering in the Zwalm and Alzette catchmentsHans Lievens (Ghent University)
12:25-12:45Process Study for Developing Algorithms to Quantitatively Estimate Hydrological Parameters Based on ALOS DataTakeo Tadono (JAXA)
12:45-13:05Feasibility of snow water equivalent retrieval by means of interferometric ALOS PALSAR dataThomas Nagler (ENVEO)
13:05-13:35 Round table  
13:35-14:45 Lunch and Posters display  
Agriculture and vegetation 
14:45-15:05A synergistic use of multi-temporal ASAR and PALSAR data for wheat mapping and monitoring the underlying soil moisture contentG. Satalino (CNR-ISSIA)
15:05-15:25Application of Multi-Frequency and Multi-Temporal Polarimetric SAR for Operational Crop Inventories in CanadaHeather McNairn (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada)
presented by Jiali Shang
15:25-15:45The entropy as a measure of the performance of a vegetation index. A pilot study using ALOS digital imagesGeorge Skianis (University of Athens)
presented by Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos, IGME
15:45-16:05Grassland Degradation and Recovery Based on Remote Sensing and GIS in Inner-MongguliaZhang Wei (China Agricultural University)
16:05-16:35 Round table  
16:35-17:05 Coffee Break  
Day 4, Thursday 6 November 2008 - Poster area
16:35-19:00 Poster session  
A simple method for CAL/VAL of multi-aspect polarimetric PI-SAR imagesYa-Qiu Jin (Fudan University)
Oil spills on ALOS PALSAR and Envisat ASAR imagesLeonid Mitnik (Pacific Oceanological Institute, FEB RAS)
ALOS PALSAR for offshore wind mappingCharlotte Hasager (Risoe DTU)
Opportunities and Requirements for ALOS Data Application to Arctic Coastline Change DetectionPier Overduin (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar Research)
Study of Glacial Variations in Pakistan using Landsat and ALOS dataRahmatullah Jilani (Pakistan Space & Upper Atmosphere Research Divisio)
Soil moisture and surface roughness retrieval from multiparametric SAR to support water resources management in Mediterranean areasRalf Ludwig (University of Munich)
Derivation of near-surface soil moisture from ALOS PALSAR Fine mode (Dual polarization) data in agricultural areasChristian Koyama (University of Cologne)
Intercomparison between ALOS PALSAR and ENVISAT ASAR AP for soil moisture estimation capabilities in the REMEDHUS Area (SPAIN)Carlos Perez-Gutierrez (University of Salamanca)
Surface Soil Moisture Retrieval in Southern Ireland using ENVISAT ASAR and ALOS PALSAR data.Brian Barrett (University College Cork (UCC))
Soil Moisture Mapping using ALOS PALSAR Quad-Pol DataY S Rao (CSRE, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)
PALSAR sensitivity to surface soil moisture in the Volta basinDaniel Sabel (Vienna University of Technology)
Multi-Sensor based Service for Crop Monitoring at National Scale in AfricaFrancesco Holecz (sarmap)
Monitoring of western corn rootworm damage in maize fields by using integrated radar (ALOS PALSAR) and optical (IRS LISS, AWiFS) satellite dataGizella Nádor (Inst. of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing)
Monitoring vineyards in the Frascati wine production area by L-band SAR: first resultsDomenico Solimini (Tor Vergata University)
Analysis of land covers over Northern Peninsular Malaysia by using ALOS-PALSAR data based on frequency-based contextual and neural network classification techniqueHwee San Lim (Universiti Sains Malaysia)
ALOS PALSAR data’s potential in land cover description to support risk managementEmilie Abribat (SERTIT)
Evaluation of ALOS-PALSAR Polarimetric Modes Capabilities for Landcover Monitoring and Mapping. Iñigo Molina (ETSITGC - Polytechnic University of Madrid)
An Autocorrelation-based Technique for Built-up Area Detection in ALOS PALSAR Imagery Mattia Stasolla (University of Pavia)
PALSAR change detection in urban areas of European part of RussiaAlexander Zakharov (FIRE RAS)
Histogram-based Segmentation of ALOS Polarimetric SAR Data Mohammed Dabboor (University of Calgary)
Application of Polarimetric SAR Remote Sensing to the Coastal Wetland Monitoring in South and West Coast of KoreaSang-Eun PARK (University of Rennes 1)
A comparative investigation of ALOS PALSAR data for tropical coastal wetland monitoringJohn Kovacs (Nipissing University)
Forest Biomass Estimation Using ALOS PALSAR Images in Challenging Natural Forest Area in FinlandMika Karjalainen (Finnish Geodetic Institute)
Use of ALOS PALSAR and other satellite data for mapping tree cover and biomass classes in South African savannas and African forestsManfred Keil (German Aerospace Center (DLR))
presented by Michael Bock
K&C Africa Palsar Mosaic: Geocoding and Calibration Issues in Prototype DevelopmentGianfranco De Grandi (DG Joint Research Center)
Multi sensor systems and floods risk management in the Danube DeltaNiculescu Simona (Géomer, UMR 6554, LETG)
Advantages of recent high resolution multi-polarimetric data in flood managementHenri GIRAUD (SERTIT)
Construction of an Earth System Data Record of Inundated Wetlands Using ALOS PALSAR Kyle McDonald (Jet Propulsion Lab)
Combined use of ALOS AVNIR-2, PALSAR and SPOT 5 data for mapping and monitoring of wetland vegetation in two different ecosystem typesMichael Bock (German Aerospace Data Center)
Geometrical Accuracy Assessment of ALOS PRISM ProductsCarlos Perez-Gutierrez (University of Salamanca)
DEM from ALOS data and comparison to DEM from other sources. The case of Antiparos Island, Greece.Panagiotis Tsombos (Institute of Geology & Mineral Exploration (IGME))
Orientation and DEM extraction from ALOS-PRISM images using the SRTM DEM as ground controlJosé A. Gonçalves (University of Porto)
Investigations toward the extraction of angular signatures from ALOS/Prism data setsThomas Schneider (Technische Universität München)
Construction of database of land cover mapping in Kii peninsula, JapanKanako Muramatsu (Nara Women's Univ.)
Recent evolution of the Mont Saint-Michel Bay as seen by ALOS-AVNIR-2 dataJean-Paul DEROIN (Université Paris-Est)
Preliminary results monitoring mass movement along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage SiteAndrew Ford (Bournemouth University)
ERS SAR and ALOS PALSAR observations of Appennini mountains in South ItalyPaola Ballatore (MARSec)
ALOS-PALSAR performances on a multiple sensor DInSAR scenario for deformation monitoring applicationsRoman Arbiol (Intitut Cartografic de Catalunya)
Registration of dynamics of surface changes in the Southeren Part of the Upper Silesia (SW Poland) using DinSAR and PSI interferometryMagdalena Czarnogorska (Polish Geological Institute)
Monitoring ground subsidence induced by over – extraction of groundwater using Interferometric SAR (InSAR): Golpayegan plain case studyKobra Jannat (Isfahan University)
PALSAR Interferometry for Geohazards Monitoring. A comparison with C-band and X-bandAlessandro Parizzi (DLR)
PALSAR/ALOS interferometry in the Gulf of Corinth and Patras (Greece). Comparison with ERS and ASAR/ENVISAT results and GPS measurementsPanagiotis Elias (National Observatory of Athens)
Pre-seismic displacements of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake from temporarily stable points in PALSAR interferogramsLei Zhang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
First Comparisons of ALOS PALSAR Data for Central and Northern California with Data from Other SatellitesIsabelle Ryder (UC Berkeley)
presented by Eric Fielding (JPL, USA)
Probing Crustal Rheology using Postseismic Motion associated with Major Earthquakes in TibetIsabelle Ryder (UC Berkeley)
Crustal deformation of Long Valley Caldera, eastern California, inferred from L-band InSARAkiko Tanaka (Geological Survey of Japan, AIST)
InSAR analysis of PALSAR ALOS data of Nisyros volcano (Aegean Sea, Greece)Panagiotis Elias (National Observatory of Athens)
Surface deformation at Nyamuragira Volcano, DRC measured by L- and C-band InSARGeoff Wadge (University of Reading)
Observation of surface deformation on Mt. Baekdu stratovolcano using SBAS DInSAR techniqueSang-Wan Kim (Sejong University, Dept Geoinformation Engineering)
Crustal deformation associated with M8.1 earthquake in Solomon IslandsYousuke Miyagi (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)
Combining ALOS data and field investigations for the reconstruction of thermokarst evolution in the North Siberian Lena DeltaAnne Morgenstern (Alfred Wegener Inst. of Polar and Marine Research)
IMAGE QUALITY EVALUATION ON PRISM AND AVNIR-2Akira Mukaida (ALOS Data Analysis and Research Prj. Grp.)
Day 5, Friday 7 November 2008 - Plenary Session
09:00-14:15 Session reports and Closing Session  

 

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