AGU ‘12: Quantifying Hillslope and Fluvial Processes Through Change Detection Using High-Res Topo    

Posted on Tue, July 03, 2012 by Chris Crosby in Meetings

Yet another AGU 2012 session on lidar, high-resolution topography, and change detection that could be of interest to the OpenTopography community:

EP023: Quantifying Hillslope and Fluvial Processes Through Change Detection Using High-Resolution, Multi-Temporal Topographic Data

Increasingly geomorphologists are using repeat topographic datasets to quantify rates of geomorphic processes. Repeat topographic surveys from aerial, ground, and boat-based platforms are making possible high-resolution change detection over large spatial extents thanks to technologies like LiDAR, Structure-from-Motion, Photogrammetry, Multi-beam SONAR, and rtkGPS. This session will focus on the use of repeat topographic surveys to quantify hillslope and fluvial processes. We solicit abstracts that use high-resolution change detection to quantify geomorphic processes, process mechanics, and to explain landscape evolution.

Joe Wheaton, Utah State University ; Stephen DeLong, University of Arizona ; Mariela Perignon, University of Colorado ; Francis Rengers, University of Colorado

Abstracts are due Wednesday 8 August 2012 at: http://fallmeeting.agu.org/2012/






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