LPVE 2018:
Land Product Validation and Evolution

   
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Session 1: Approaches and Practices for Land Products Validation

1.

Overview and Status of the CEOS Land Product Validation Subgroup

Jaime Nickeson, NASA, USA

2.

Role of SI-traceable, accurate transfer radiometers in field calibration and validation measurements

Kurt Thome, NASA, USA

3.

Description of the Land Surface Reflectance retrieval from LaSRC for Sentinel-2 and Landsat-8

Jean-Claude Roger, University of Maryland, USA

4.

Official Release of the CEOS LPV Land Surface Temperature Product Validation Best Practice Protocol

Pierre Guillevic, University of Maryland, USA

5.

On-going Activities of CEOS WGCV LPV Vegetation Index Focus Area

Tomoaki Miura, University Of Hawaii At Manoa, USA

6.

Using a terrestrial laser scanning derived 3D forest model for facilitating in situ - satellite fAPAR validation

Niall Origo, NPL, UK

7.

Model-based quality assurance of validation protocols for land products: FAPAR and LAI

Jennifer Adams, UCL, UK

8.

Comparing land products using the Evaluation and Quality Control function of the Copernicus Climate Change Service

Sarah Douglas, NPL, UK

9.

The Ground-Based Observations for Validation (GBOV) service: an initiative for the long-term quantitative validation of satellite derived global land products

Christophe Lerebourg, ACRI, France

10.

Permanent stations for calibration/validation of thermal sensors and near-real time processing chain of remote sensing products

José Sobrino, University of Valencia, Spain

11.

Copernicus Global Land High-Resolution Hot Spot Monitoring Service – validation and accuracy assessment – Methodology

Helene Augu, IGNFI, France

12.

Copernicus Global Land High-Resolution Hot Spot Monitoring Service – validation and accuracy assessment – Feedback from eight areas produced

Helene Augu, IGNFI, France

13.

Developing and optimising a suitable sampling scheme for the validation of Copernicus Pan-European Land Monitoring products

Christophe Sannier, Sirs, France

14.

JECAM guidelines used for validation of the ESA Sen2-Agri cropland and crop type products: lessons learnt from local to national scale and on-going JECAM experiments

Sophie Bontemps, UCLouvain, Belgium

15.

Conflation of Expert and Crowd Reference Data to Validate Global Binary Thematic Maps

Franz Waldner, CSIRO, Austria

16.

Validation of a global map of open water bodies - yielding informative accuracy figures using a sampling strategy biased towards error-prone areas

Céline Lamarche, UCLouvain, Belgium

17.

Protocol for validation and quality assessment of Sentinel-2 L2A products

Bringfried Pflug, DLR, Germany

18.

Ensuring the data quality within the hyperspectral DESIS and EnMAP missions - Procedures for Cal / Val / Mon / DataQC within the ground segments

Martin Bachmann, DLR, Germany

19.

Sentinel-3 SLSTR - Status of In-Orbit Performance and Calibration

Dave Smith, STFC, UK

20.

From Airborne Hyperspectral to Space-borne Multispectral Optical Simulations: Demonstration of Sentinel-2 Simulations of a Northern Ombrotrophic Bog

Peter White, NRC, Canada

21.

Evaluation of potential sites for hyperspectral data validation in Argentinean Pampas

Estefanía Piegari, IAFE, Argentina

22.

Soil moisture in situ sensor calibration and validation: Lessons from a sensor testbed

Michael Cosh, USDA-ARS, USA

23.

HyDrones, an innovative UAV embedded light altimeter to monitor continental water bodies: toward a new Cal/Val in-situ solution for future altimetry missions

Jean-Christophe Poisson, CLS, France

Session 2: Land Product Evolution and Assessment

24.

Bulk processing of the Landsat MSS/TM/ETM+ archive of the European Space Agency: An insight into the Level 1 MSS processing

Sébastien Saunier, Telespazio VEGA, France

25.

Atmospheric Correction using a Radiative Transfer Model fed with ground-based measurements

Mareike Burba, ESA, Italy

26.

Sen2Cor Atmospheric Correction with Meteorological Aerosol Optical Thickness

Jérôme Louis, Telespazio VEGA, France

27.

Validation of a new atmospheric correction software using AERONET reference data

Raquel De Los Reyes, DLR, Germany

28.

Cloud-free surface reflectance from Sentinel-2 – Algorithm Development & Uncertainty estimation

Grit Kirches, Brockmann Consult, Germany

29.

Fast atmospheric corrections with error propagation for land Climate Data Records

Didier Ramon, HYGEOS, France

30.

Joint PROBA-V aerosol – surface reflectance retrieval using optimal estimation: validation with AERONET and MODIS observations

Erwin Wolters, VITO, Belgium

31.

The global blue-sky albedo change between 2000 – 2015 seen from MODIS

Zina Mitraka, FORTH, Greece

32.

SALVAL: a semi-automatic Surface Albedo Validation tool

Lorena De La Madrid Descalzo, EOLAB, Spain

33.

Validation and inter-comparison of four global surface albedo products using the SALVAL tool

Jorge Sánchez-Zapero, EOLAB, Spain

34.

Errors of associated with NDVI products derived by MODIS and Proba-V at the Neotropical Dry Forest

J. Antonio Guzmán, University of Alberta, Canada

35.

Benchmarking Machine Learning Classification Algorithms for Land Cover Classification Using Sentinel-2 Imagery

Thanh Noi Phan, University Of Göttingen, Germany

36.

Mapping land degradation intensity based on multi-date Sentinel-2 MSI and Landsat data. An inter-comparison approach using in situ measurements

Marina Ramona Vîrghileanu, University of Bucharest, Romania

37.

Sentinel-3 Ocean and Land Colour Instrument (OLCI) L3 Land Products: Global Composites of the OLCI Global Vegetation Index (OGVI) and OLCI Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index (OTCI)

Luke Brown, University of Southampton, UK

38.

Estimation of LAI and chlorophyll content using full or reduced hyperspectral observation.

Beatrice Berthelot, Magellium, France

39.

Continuous measurement of leaf area index (LAI) over broadleaf crop fields in northeast China

Hongliang Fang, Chinese Academy of Science, China

40.

Assessment of permanent grasslands in Latvia combining Sentinel-2 optical and Sentinel-1 radar data

Dainis Jakovels, Institute for Environmental Solutions, Latvia

41.

The Sentinels and precision farming, the need for accuracy and reliability

Francois-Regis Martin-Lauzer, ARGANS, UK

42.

Sentinel 2 data based advanced products for precision agriculture in Poland – validation activities and profitability assessment

Martyna Gatkowska, University of Warsaw, Poland

43.

Comparison of different methods of vegetation biophysical parameters estimations applying in-situ and Sentinel-2 data

Radoslaw Gurdak, University of Warsaw, Poland

44.

A simple retex on deep learning and biochemical parameter estimation

Francois De Vieilleville, Magellium, France

45.

Towards Landsat/Sentinel-2 global burned area mapping: temporal resolution requirements of satellite constellations for 30 m global burned area mapping

Andrea Melchiorre, University Of Idaho, USA

46.

Burnt area detection using two post fire images

Stefania Amici, INGV, Italy

47.

CEOS Stage 3 validation of the MCD64 MODIS Burned Area Product

Luigi Boschetti, University of Idaho, USA

48.

Optimization of Optical Snow Fraction Retrieval

Igor Appel, TAG, USA

49.

Validation and Inter-Comparison of Snow Fraction Products

Igor Appel, TAG, USA

50.

Recent Study on Validation of Land Surface Temperature Products for JPSS and GOES-R Missions

Yunyue Yu, NOAA, USA

51.

Validation of Temperature Sentinel3 for agriculture and wetlands in Poland

Katarzyna Dabrowska-Zielinska, IGIK, Poland

52.

Detection of High Temperature Events Using FireBIRD Data

Christian Fischer, DLR, Germany

53.

Northern Treeline Ecotone (Siberia)

Birgit Heim, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany

54.

A calibration/validation dataset for improving remote sensing altimetry and surface mass balance over the Greenland ice sheet

Marco Tedesco, Columbia University, USA

Session 3: Harmonization and Consistency

55.

HLS surface albedo estimation and evaluation against in situ measurements across the US SURFRAD network

Belen Franch, NASA, USA

56.

Fusion of Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-3 products - an overview of applicable harmonization and blending techniques

Nikolina Mileva, ESA, Italy

57.

Sentinel 2 / Landsat 8 Fusion Technics

Beatrice Berthelot, Magellium, France

58.

On the potential of the synergistic use of multi-sensor Landsat 7 ETM+, Landsat 8 OLI and Sentinel-2 A/B MSI time series

David Frantz, Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany

59.

DEIMOS-1 Cross-Calibration trend monitoring with Sentinel-2 and Landsat

Jorge Gil, Deimos, Spain

60.

BELHARMONY: a Belgian initiative to improve the consistency of multi-sensor high resolution time series

Sindy Sterckx, VITO, Belgium

61.

Validation of BRDF corrected NDVI from SPOT-VGT and PROBA-V: assessment of temporal consistency

Jonathan León-Tavares, VITO, Belgium

62.

 

Evaluation of the re-processed PROBA-V Collection 1 archive

Carolien Toté, VITO, Belgium