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Far Horizons: Challenges and Successes for Environmental Remote Sensing

Networking Workshop: free registration required
When Jul 20, 2015
from 09:00 AM to 02:00 PM
Where British Antarctic Survey, Conference Room
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Far Horizons: Challenges and Successes for Environmental Remote Sensing

20 July 2015, 9:00- 14:00
BAS Conference Room
Programme (as of 29th June)

0900 Registration, coffee

0915-9030 Welcome and introduction (Beatrix Schlarb-Ridley and Clemens Kaminski)

0930-0945 Environmental sensing in volcanology (Clive Oppenheimer)

0945-1000 Armchair oceanography: resolving the detail using underwater gliders (Sophie Fielding)

1000-1015 Acoustic Resonator Sensors (Andrew Flewitt)

1015-1030 A ship-borne imager: observing mesospheric gravity waves from the oceans (Tracy Moffat-Griffin)

1030-1045 Glacial monitoring with drones and autonomous radar (Poul Christoffersen)

1045-1100 Remote airborne geophysical sensing (Tom Jordanl)

1100-1130 Coffee and networking

1130-1145 A bird's-eye view of the natural world: airborne remote sensing of forests (David Coomes)

1145-1200 Aircraft-deployed sensing (Hilmar Gudmundsson)

1200-1215 Air quality sensors (Rod Jones)

1215-1230 Counting penguins and whales (Peter Fretwell & Norman Ratcliffe)

1230-1245 Chip spectrometry from astronomy for greenhouse gas detection (Emma Turner)

1245-1300 Discussion & next steps

1300-1400 Lunch and networking

1400 Close

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