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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Thursday morning October 27 2005 10 30 a m A special Poster Session will be held on Tuesday evening 5 30 7 00 p m Poster presenters are requested to be with their posters during this event All sessions will be held at the Sioux Falls Convention Center We have arranged a special conference rate at the Sheraton Sioux Falls Hotel of only 74 single double occupancy for Pecora 16 participants There are a limited number of government rate rooms available as well Early reservations are strongly advised as the room block expires on September 19 and there is no guarantee that rooms will be available at that late date To register see http www asprs org pecora16 hotel html Please note that all presenters must register for the Pecora 16 Symposium and pay the appropriate registration fee no later than September 9 2005 see https www asprs org Pecora16Reg Pecora16Reg html Students may register at the appropriate student rate others should register at the appropriate speaker rate see the registration form The deadline for papers to be included in the Pecora 16 Symposium proceedings is August 26 2005 We would prefer that you submit a full paper rather than

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Under Contract to USGS EROS Evaluating MODIS Data to Estimate Irrigated Crop Production in Afghanistan Using a Simplified Energy Balance Model Abstract Gabriel Senay Under Contract to the U S Geological Survey Mike Budde Jim Verdin Jim Rowland and Christine Adams Mapping Urban Land Use Land Cover Using QuickBird NDVI Imagery for Runoff Curve Number Determination Abstract Pravara Thanapura Engineering Resource Center South Dakota State University S Burckhard M O Neill D Galster and E Warmath From Tokyo To Tahoe The Making Of Aster Science Abstract Bhaskar Ramachandran SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Generating Individual Film Frame Records From Photo Indices Abstract Kent Lethcoe SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Roger Sneve High Resolution Ocean Color Remote Sensing of Benthic Habitats A Case Study at the Roatan Island Honduras Abstract Deepak Mishra University of Nebraska Lincoln Sunil Narumalani Donald Rundquist and Merlin Lawson Hybrid Image Classification Using a Shared Memory Parallel Algorithm Abstract Rhonda D Phillips Department of Computer Science Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Layen T Watson and Randolph H Wynne Improved DEM Estimation of the Sulzberger Ice Shelf Region West Antarctica Using SAR Interferometry and ICESat Laser Altimetry Abstract Sangho Baek SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Oh Ig Kwoun Alexander Braun Hyongki Lee Zhong Lu and C K Shum InSAR and The Hector Mine Earthquake Crustal Deformation vs Atmospheric Anomaly Abstract Jim Calzia U S Geological Survey Lake Watersheds as Hydro ecological Basis for the Classification of Nebraska Reservoirs Abstract Henry N N Bulley University of Nebraska Lincoln James W Merchant David B Marx John C Holz and Aris Holz Land Management Applications of the EROS Digital Photo Archive Abstract Randy McKinley SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Landsat Data Products from EROS Recent Updates and Future Enhancements Abstract Rynn Lamb SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Linda Jonescheit Landsat Based Fire Atlases for Land Management Abstract Donald Ohlen SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Steve M Howard and Zhi Liang Zhu Level 1 Data Product Availability from Earth Observing 1 EO 1 Abstract Jeffrey Danielson SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Rynn Lamb Todd Taylor Pam Van Zee and Jared Shaw Mapping Percent Vegetation Cover for Shrublands and Grasslands in the Southwestern United States using In situ Reflectance Spectra and Satellite Imagery Abstract Brian Tolk SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Kurtiz Nelson and Xeuxia Chen Mapping the Vertical Component of Landscape Change Abstract Dean Gesch U S Geological Survey Minnesota Forest Change Abstract William Befort Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Dennis Kepler Next Generation Historical Film Access and Data Delivery Abstract Max Borchardt SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Ryan Longhenry Tim Smith Mike North and Ken Boettcher Object oriented Classification of Highresolution Coastal Wetland Imagery Abstract Jiyul Chang South Dakota State University Carol Johnston Regional Groundwater Recharge Assessment using Remote Sensing Driven Models Abstract Richard Fernandes Natural Resources Canada Canada Centre for Remote Sensing Rasim Latifovicm Shusen Wang Alex Chicagov Gunnar Fedosejevs Khurshid Shahid and Yinsuo Wang Remapping the Geology and Tectonics of

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    for this panel session is that the integration of ground and ocean based sensors with airborne and space borne systems can provide an enhanced capability in comprehensive monitoring modeling validation and early warning This panel will discuss the concept of Multi Platform Sensing and Sensor Networks the technological issues operational aspects and potential funding sources Panelists Khaled S Al Damegh Astronomy and Geophysics Research Institute Saudi Arabia Tarek Rashed University of Oklahoma José L Colomer Institut Cartographic de Catalunya Spain Brenda K Jones SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS 12 Policy II Panel Discussion Commercial Remote Sensing Space Policy 2 Years Later Organizer and Chair Tahara Moreno NOAA Room 6 The President authorized a new national policy on April 25 2003 that establishes guidance and implementation actions for commercial remote sensing space capabilities This goal of this policy is to advance and protect U S national security and foreign policy interests by maintaining the nation s leadership in remote sensing space activities and by sustaining and enhancing the U S remote sensing industry This panel will focus on various implementation challenges and achievements over the past 2 years to foster economic growth contribute to environmental stewardship and enable scientific and technological excellence Panelists Jay Feuquay USGS Joanne Gabrynowicz University of Mississippi Michael Hales NOAA Kevin O Connell Center for Intelligence Research and Analysis Matthew O Connell ORBIMAGE 13 Geology and Soils Chair Charles Trautwein U S Geological Survey Room 3 Geologic Mapping through Linear Spectral Unmixing of MTI Imagery Abstract Paul Pope Los Alamos National Laboratory Mary Greene Soil Cohesion Analysis in the Tableland Coast in Northeast Region of Brazil through ASTER Images VNIR and SWIR Rosangela Santos Universidade Estadual De Feira De Santana Brazil José Alberto Quintanilha Exploitation of ASTER Imagery in Mining related Environmental Management Abstract Stephane Chevrel BRGM France Anne Bourguignon Francis Cottard and Yann Itard Investigating Environmental Problems in the Khorat Plateau NE Thailand Abstract Friedrich Kuehn Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources BGR Germany Namphon Khampilang Sakda Khundee Tippawan Onsongchan Suree Teerarungsigul Akkhapun Wannakomol and Weerachat Wiwegwin 14 Sensors I Chair David Meyer SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Room 14 Results of USGS Testing of Digital Aerial Systems Products and Future Characterization Methods Abstract Donald Moe SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Philip Rufe and Jon Christopherson ALOS Filling the Gap for Earth Observations Abstract Donald Atwood Alaska Satellite Facility Scott Arko An Inexpensive Unmanned Aerial Vehicle for Limited Area Photography Abstract Perry Hardin Brigham Young University Mark Jackson and Ryan Jensen On Orbit Generic Sensor Modeling and Modulation Transfer Function MTF Simulation Abstract Taeyoung Choi South Dakota State University Dennis Helder 3 00 pm 3 30 pm Break Beverages available in Exhibit Hall 3 30 pm 5 00 pm Concurrent Technical Sessions III 15 Land Use Land Cover Assessment Chair Guoxiang Liu Clemson University Room 11 Enhanced Land Cover Classification in a Tropical Kenya Landscape T J Baldyga University of Wyoming S N Miller K L Driese R Sivanpillai and C Maina Gichaba Tracking Environmental Change in Southern Senegal using High Resolution Satellite Imagery Abstract Eric Wood SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Gray Tappan Detection of Land Cover Change in the National Parks of the Northeast Temperate Network Y Q Wang University of Rhode Island Joy Nugranad Greg Bonynge Christine Slinko and Greg Shriver National Land Use Change by Remote Sensing in China A Five year Survey Abstract Yonghong Zhang Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping China Jixian Zhang Jicheng Zhao Jin Ma Yinxuan Cao and Yan Long 16 Forestry II Chair Paul Greenfield USDA Forest Service Room 12 Assessing Biomass and Forest Area Classifications from MODIS While Increasing the Number of Forest Inventory Data Panels Abstract Dumitru Salajanu USDA Southern Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis Dennis Jacobs Efficacy of Radarsat 1 Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery for Improving Landsat Thematic Mapper based Image Classification of Forest Cover Types Abstract Mark Nelson USDA Forest Service North Central Research Station Marvin Bauer and Kathy Ward Classification and Forest Parameter Extraction of Patagonian Lenga Forests with ASTER and Landsat ETM Data Abstract Sandra Eckert University of Zurich Switzerland José Lencinas and Tobias Kellenberger Forestry Coverage Multitemporal and Multispectral Study in Dolomiti Territory Abstract Bruno Marcolongo C N R I R P I Italy Alessandro Angerer 17 Water Resources I Chair Robert Vincent Bowling Green State University Room 13 Mapping the Bacterial Content of Surface Waters with Landsat TM Data Importance for Monitoring Global Surface Sources of Potable Water Abstract Robert K Vincent Bowling Green State University R McKay L McKay Mamoon Al Rshaidat Kevin Czajkowski Thomas Bridgeman and Jeffrey Savino Computer Animation of Cyanobacteria Blooms in Lake Erie from July October 2003 As Mapped from SeaWiFS Data with a New Phycocyanin Algorithm Abstract Padmanava Dash Bowling Green State University Robert K Vincent Perennial Intermittent Stream Classification using GIS and Remote Sensing Information in the Upper Midwest Abstract Miguel Restrepo SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Pamela Waisanen and Bruce Worstell Current and Future Applications of Remote Sensing for Routine Monitoring of Surface Water Abstract Kwabena Asante SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS James Famiglietti 18 Biophysical Characterization Chair Marguerite Madden University of Georgia Room 3 Time Lag and Seasonality Considerations in Evaluating AVHRR NDVI Response to Precipitation Abstract Lei Ji Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere Colorado State University Albert Peters Retrieval of Vegetation Biophysical Characteristics from Remotely Sensed Data Abstract Anatoly Gitelson University of Nebraska Lincoln Andres Vina and Donald Rundquist Retrieval of Leaf Biochemical Concentrations from Leaf Reflectance Data by Genetic Algorithm Partial Least Square Regression Abstract Lin Li Indiana University Purdue University Susan Ustin 19 Integrated Resources Analysis Chair Brian Huberty U S Fish and Wildlife Service Room 6 UNESCO Crosscutting Project on the Application of Remote Sensing for Integrated Management of Ecosystems and Water Resources in Africa Achievements and Challenges Abstract Jimmy Adegoke University of Missouri Kansas City Justin Ahanhanzo Land Management Applications of the EROS Digital Photo Archive Abstract Randy McKinley SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Kenneth Boettcher and Tim Smith Creating detailed Land Management Units based on High Resolution Remote Sensing Data and DEM derived Terrain Attributes using Spatially Weighted Multivariate Classification Abstract Georgina Warren Curtin University of Technology Australia Graciela Metternicht and Jane Speijers The Canadian Moderate Resolution Mapping System Abstract Rasim Latifovic Canada Centre for Remote Sensing Richard Fernandes Alex Trischtchenko and Bill Park 20 Panel Discussion Future of the Nation s Land Remote Sensing Archive Sponsored by the ASPRS Data Preservation and Archive Committee and the Department of the Interior s Archive Advisory Committee Room 1 This will be an interactive session wherein the session participants will be asked to provide input to the U S Geological Survey on the future user requirements for the Nation s long term land remote sensing archive i e what should be included as part of the long term remote sensing record for the earth s land surfaces The session will include a brief summary on the current land remote sensing archive and a rationale on the need for defining the future data requirements of the land remote sensing archive i e the acquisition preservation and distribution needs Co moderator Thomas Holm U S Geological Survey Joanne Irene Gabrynowicz National Remote Sensing and Space Law Center University of Mississippi School of Law Speakers Amy Budge Earth Data Analysis Center University of New Mexico Jay Feuquay U S Geological Survey 21 Sensors II Advanced Land Imager Chair Karen Zanter U S Geological Survey Improved Leaky Detector Correction for EO 1 ALI Imagery Abstract Ron Morfitt SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Gyanesh Chander Brian Markham Dennis Helder and James Storey Advanced Land Imager ALI Relative Gain Characterization and Correction Abstract Amit Angal South Dakota State University Dennis Helder Radiometric Characterization and Performance Assessment of the Advanced Land Imager Using Bulk Trended Data Timothy Ruggles South Dakota State University Dennis Helder Doug Hollaren Ron Morfitt and Jim Nelson Radiometric Processing and Calibration of EO 1 Advanced Land Imager Data Abstract Brian Markham NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Lawrence Ong Jeff Mendenhall Gyanesh Chander Ron Morfitt and Doug Hollaren 5 30 pm 7 00 pm Exhibitors Reception Exhibit Hall 2 Poster Session Presenters will be with their displays for discussion Wednesday PDF 7 30 am 4 30 pm Registration 8 00 am 9 00 am Sustaining Members Council Meeting Room 1 10 00 am 5 00 pm Posters on Display 10 00 am 5 00 pm Exhibit Hall open Exhibit Hall 2 Plenary Session II Data Availability Access and Preservation 8 00 am 10 00 am Ballroom A Embracing the overall theme of the Pecora 16 Conference this plenary session will discuss the possibilities for data availability access and preservation as related to the new initiative of the Global Earth Observation System of Systems Lessons learned as well as new opportunities related to data availability access and preservation will be discussed within this session Organized and chaired by Kevin Gallo National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and Sylvia Edgerton Department of Energy Greg Withee Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services NOAA and Co Chair of the U S Interagency Committee on Earth Observations Speaker Gregory W Withee Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services NOAA National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service Gregory W Withee is the Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA He leads the U S civil operational environmental satellite programs which supply the Nations weather and environmental satellite data and also leads three National environmental data centers which archive and make accessible climate ocean and geophysical data and products He has worked in other areas at NOAA the private and university sectors and the UN system has authored more than 100 publications and reports and has received numerous awards including the Presidential Distinguished Rank Award for extraordinary performance in the Senior Executive Service Panelists JOHN FAUNDEEN Archivist U S Geological Survey RAYMOND MCCORD Environmental Information Manager Environmental Sciences Division Oak Ridge National Laboratory RICHARD REYNOLDS Electronics Engineer NOAA 10 00 am 10 30 am Break Beverages available in Exhibit Hall 10 30 am 12 00 noon Concurrent Technical Sessions IV 22 Mapping Urban Environments Chair Robin Zhang Murray State University Room 11 Mapping Urban Land Use Land Cover Using Quickbird NDVI Imagery for Runoff Curve Number Determination Abstract Pravara Thanapura South Dakota State University S Burckhard M O Neill D Galster and E Warmath Multi sensor Analysis of an Urban Ecosystem Abstract Kevin Gallo NOAA NESDIS Lei Ji Assessing Urban Growth and Environmental Change Using Remotely Sensed Data Abstract George Xian SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Mike Crane and Cory McMahon Segmentation of Urban Built up Areas using an Expansion Scheme of Landsat Multispectral Images Abstract Jorge Lira Instituto de Geofisica UNAM Mexico Lourdes Hildago 23 Agriculture I Chair Benjamin Richason III St Cloud State University Room 12 Cropland Data Layer Program Update Abstract Rick Mueller USDA NASS Dave Johnson and Patrick Willis Increasing the Detail of Land Use Classification the Iowa Experience Abstract R Peter Kollasch Iowa Department of Natural Resources Moving Research to Operations Status of Global Monitoring of Food Production at USDA Abstract Bradley Doorn USDA Foreign Agricultural Service State Level Crop Mapping in the U S Central Great Plains Agroecosystem Using MODIS 250 Meter NDVI Data Abstract Brian Wardlow University of Kansas Stephen Egbert 24 Water Resources II Chair Henrt Bulley University of Nebraska Omaha Room 13 Effect Assessment of Two Land cover Datasets on Stream Flow Simulations Using A Spatially Distributed Hydrologic Mode Abstract Pei Yu Chen Blackland Research and Extension Center Texas Agricultural Experiment Station Mauro Di Luzio and Jeffrey Arnold Monitoring Changes to Water Resources in the Rio Grande Rio Bravo Basin in Texas and Northern Mexico Since 1985 Abstract Gordon Wells University of Texas at Austin Teresa Howard Gayla Malson Linda Prosperie Larry Teng Solar Smith and Craig Tapley Riparian and Wetland Mapping Using Multiple Sources of Digital Data Decision Tree Models and Valley Bottom Delineation Abstract Jay Kost SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Greg Dillon Assessing Impacts on Everglades Ecosystems using Remotely Sensed Data Abstract Marguerite Madden University of Georgia Thomas Jordan and Louis Manglass 25 Wildlife and Biodiversity Chair Allan Falconer George Mason University Room 8 Mapping Ecological Systems in Western Washington for the USGS Gap Analysis Program GAP Abstract Thomas Miewald Space Imaging Inc Jocelyn Aycrigg Rex Crawford Chris Chappell and Alexa McKerrow Refining Biodiversity Conservation Priorities Abstract Grant M Harris USDA Forest Service Clinton N Jenkins and Stuart L Pimm Establishing a Data Framework for Calculating Consistent and Sensitive Measures Abstract Gene Fosnight SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Holly Strand and Benjamin White Managing Human Leopard Conflicts in Pauri Garhwal Uttaranchal India using a Geographical Information System Abstract Manoj Agarwal Wildlife Institute of India Devendra Singh S P Goyal and Qamar Quershi 26 MODIS Chair Matthew Hansen South Dakota State University Room 9 Monitoring Global Land Cover using Sub pixel Cover Estimations Abstract Matthew C Hansen South Dakota State University John R G Townshend Mark Carroll and Charlene Dimiceli Land Cover Mapping of Greater Mesoamerica using MODIS data Abstract Chandra Giri SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Clinton Jenkins Monitoring Post Fire Vegetation Recovery of Wildland Fire Areas in the Western United States Using MODIS Abstract Brad Quayle USDA Forest Service Ken Brewer and Kelly Williams Global Mapping of Fire Affected Area Using Multi Temporal MODIS Data David Roy South Dakota State University L Boschetti and C O Justice 27 Data Archive and Access I Chair Gilbert Rochon Purdue University Room 3 U S Geological Survey Preserves the National Archive of Landsat Data Cheryl Greenhagen SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Footprint Coverages A Land Remote Sensing Research Analysis Tool Abstract John Faundeen U S Geological Survey Americas ALOS Data Node Providing Earth Observation Data Abstract Scott Arko Alaska Satellite Facility Don Atwood and Nettie La Belle Hamer Enhancement of a Multi National Decision Support System in Mesoamerica Abstract Jessica Coughlin IAGT 28 Surface Modeling Chair Michael Oimoen SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Room 6 Using LiDAR to Study Surface Water Runoff and Impervious Surface Delineation Abstract Thomas Pagh i TEN Associates Inc Carol Murdock Elevation Determination by Shadow Measurements from Vertical Monoscopic Aerial Imagery Abstract Henry Cordova Broward County Government Florida Temporary Floodwater Storage Volume Estimations Using 1 m LiDAR and 30 m NED DEMs in the Red River Basin of the North Abstract Sarita Pachhai Univerity of North Dakota Bradley C Rundquist and Wesley D Peck Some Aspects of Using Fourier Analysis to Support Surface Modeling Abstract Nora Csanyi The Ohio State University Charles Toth 12 00 noon 1 30 pm Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Included with full registration ticket required Plenary Session III Advancing the Technology of Remote Sensing A Roundtable Discussion 1 30 pm 3 00 pm Previous Plenary talks have illustrated the advent of Global Earth Observation Systems of Systems the current and future state of satellite remote sensing and the good that we have done with past and current systems We now want to dream about what future systems can potentially do to harness the power of remote sensing for the benefit of society and the leadership of government academia and industry to shape the vision in to reality Organized and chaired by Scott Loomer National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and John Lyon U S Environmental Protection Agency Panelists RUSSELL CONGALTON Professor University of New Hampshire MITCHELL GOLDBERG Chief SMCD NOAA KASS GREEN President The Alta Vista Company Research Geographer U S Geological Survey WALTER S SCOTT Executive Vice President Chief Technical Officer DigitalGlobe 3 00 pm 3 30 pm Break Beverages available in Exhibit Hall 3 30 pm 4 30 pm Concurrent Technical Sessions V 29 Mapping Impervious Surfaces Chair George Xian SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Room 11 Estimation Mapping and Change Analysis of Impervious Surface Area by Landsat Remote Sensing Abstract Marvin Bauer University of Minnesota Brian Loeffelholz and Bruce Wilson Mapping Urban Imperviousness Using Remotely Sensed Data and Regression Tree Models Abstract Cory McMahon SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS George Xian and Mike Crane Estimation of Impervious Surfaces in Difficult Terrain for Assessing Urban Growth Abstract Mike Crane U S Geological Survey George Xian and Cory McMahon 30 Agriculture II Chair Bradley Doorn USDA Foreign Room 12 Analysis of AWIFS Imagery for Crop Specific Classifications Abstract Mike Craig USDA NASS Martin Ozga and Claire Boryan Using Remote Sensing to Measure Yield Losses Due to Water and N Stress Abstract David Clay South Dakota State University Jiyul Chang Sharon Clay and Ki In Kim A Global Map of Irrigated Area at the End of the Last Millennium using Multiple Satellite Sensor Data Abstract Prasad Thenkabail International Water Management Institute IWMI C Biradar H Turral and M Schull 31 Time Series Analysis Chair Bradley Reed SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Room 13 A Comparative Analysis to Understand the Influence of Dataset Choice for Land Surface Phenology Research in the Northern Latitudes Abstract Kirsten de Beurs University of Nebraska Lincoln Geoffrey Henebry Trends in Eurasia Vegetation Dynamics Abstract Bradley Reed SAIC Under Contract to USGS EROS Phenological Monitoring of Climate Change Impacts in Shenandoah National Park Abstract Jonathan Smith USGS Douglas Muchoney Bradley Reed and Sharon Hamann 32 Rangeland Resources Chair Douglas Ramsey Utah State University Room 6 Rangeland Biocomplexity and Cattle Stocking Rates In Kansas Jonathan Thayn University of Kansas Kevin Price and Randall Boone Modeling Biophysical Factors in Grassland using Remote Sensing Seasonal Effects Abstract Matthew Ramspott University of Kansas Kevin Price Cheryl Murphy and Bryan Foster Assessing A Multitemporal and Multiscale Remote Sensing Approach for Characterizing Rangeland Condition on the Central Great Plains Abstract Geoffrey Folker University of Kansas Kevin Price and Loren Graff 33 Environmental Remote Sensing Chair Le Wang Texas State University San Marcos Room 7 Early Detection of Oak Wilt Disease A Hyperspectral Approach Abstract Blake Weissling University of Texas at San Antonio Hongjie Xie Light Absorption Model for Water Content to Improve Soil Mineral

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    procedures allocate accuracy assessment samples collect both eld and photo reference data and analyze accuracy assessment results While spatial accuracy is addressed the course primarily focuses on methods and analysis for thematic accuracy assessment Examples of accuracy assessment case studies based on actual project data will be presented and discussed Each participant in this course will come away with a solid understanding of accuracy assessment procedures for spatial data and the knowledge to properly interpret the results of such procedures Workshop 3 Remote Sensing of Vegetation 1 00 pm 5 00 pm 0 4 CEU Room 14 Charles Olson Professor Emeritus University of Michigan Introductory Level Workshop The goal of this workshop is to provide an examination of morphologic and physiologic factors affecting signals upwelling from vegetated areas and their in uence on remotely sensed data in the visible near IR middle IR thermal and microwave spectral bands with emphasis on the spectral bands of camera systems and the ETM sensor Monday October 24 Workshop 4 Preparing For ASPRS Certification 8 00 am 5 00 pm 0 8 CEU Room 11 Robert Burtch Professor Ferris State University Intermediate Level Workshop Assumes participants have subject knowledge and are serious about taking the Certification Exam The purpose of this workshop is to prepare individuals who are planning to sit for the ASPRS Certification exams as a Certified Photogrammetrist or Certified Mapping Scientist in either Remote Sensing or GIS The workshop will begin by explaining the purpose and form of the exam It will then begin to identify key topical areas that an applicant should be aware of prior to taking the exam Topics will begin with a review of the basic concepts and sample questions to show how these topics will be tested for on the exam Finally the workshop will try

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Information THIS IS A MUST ATTEND SHOW Download Exhibitor Prospectus The ASPRS Exhibit Hall at the PECORA 16 Conference gives you a match less opportunity to network with your target audience in government academia and the private sector Our attendees rely on your exhibits and presentations for the latest information Exhibiting in Sioux Falls is the best way to reach this vital market This year s conference theme is Global

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Exhibit Hall Hours Monday October 24 2005 Installation of Exhibits 8 00 am to 5 00 pm Tuesday October 25 2005 Exhibit Hall Open 10 00 am to 7 00 pm Exhibitors Reception 5 30 pm 7 00 pm Wednesday October 26 2005 Exhibit Hall Open 10 00 am to 5 00 pm Thursday October 27 2005 Exhibit Hall Open 9 00 am to 12 00 noon Dismantling of Exhibits

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    for society GeoInformatics is published eight times per year GeoWorld Booth 108 GeoTec Media 6666 Gunpark Drive Suite 102 Boulder CO 80301 847 381 4621 Fax 847 381 4617 www GeoPlace com GeoTec Media the essential voice of the industry has been providing guidance for practitioners and a voice for vendors for 20 years as the publisher of GeoWorld magazine the developer of the GeoPlace com Web portal distributor of the weekly GeoReport e newsletter and the organizer of the annual GeoTec Event tradeshow and conference Imaging Notes Booth 108 Blueline Publishing LLC P O Box 11569 Denver CO 80211 303 778 0660 Fax 720 855 7021 www imagingnotes com Imaging Notes magazine was recently acquired by Blueline Publishing from Space Imaging providing independent ownership to serve the industry While the focus remains on commercial remote sensing we ll be expanding data sources to include more aerial LiDAR and RADAR as well as satellite imagery Watch for a new name when the magazine is re launched soon Imaging Notes will remain a quarterly publication committed to providing the highest quality editorial product for decision makers within commercial remote sensing Institute for Advanced Education in Geospatial Sciences Booth 306 370 Kinard Hall University MS 38677 662 915 3900 Fax 662 915 3901 IAEGS OFFERS GEOSPATIAL ONLINE EDUCATION Visit our booth to view multiple courses currently being offered IAEGS has developed an innovative approach to online instruction by exposing learners to a dynamic expert led environment Academia businesses and government agencies of any size or budget will benefit from a curriculum rich in breadth and depth to meet the growing demand for an educated and trained pool in the Geospatial arena IAEGS course production can be your training solution Intergraph Booth 208 170 Graphics Drive Madison AL 35758 800 791 3357 US Toll Free Fax 256 730 2080 www intergraph com earthimaging Intergraph provides complete open Windows based imaging solutions to commercial photogrammetry firms and customers From data acquisition to exploitation to distribution our solutions make up a completely digital workflow that can streamline your processes while greatly increasing return on investment International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing ISPRS Booth 108 Orhan Altan Secretary General of ISPRS Istanbul Technical University Department of Geodesy and Photogrammetry 34469 Ayazaga Istanbul TURKEY 90 212 285 3810 Fax 90 212 285 6587 www isprs org In 1910 the ISPRS was founded by Eduard Dolezal in Vienna ISPRS is an international NGO devoted to the development of international cooperation for the advancement of knowledge research development and education in the Photogrammetry Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences P RS SIS their integration and application to contribute to the well being of humanity and sustainability of the environment Therefore ISPRS recognizes individual accomplishment in photogrammetry and remote sensing by seven sponsored awards which are presented at the quadrennial congresses of ISPRS Leica Geosystems Booth 307 5051 Peachtree Corners Circle Norcross Georgia 30092 770 776 3400 Fax 770 776 3500 gi leica geosystems com Leica Geosystems is Powering Geospatial ImagingSM by streamlining workflows enabling users to work more efficiently and accurately Offering an array of airborne sensors photogrammetric mapping and remote sensing software solutions Leica Geosystems Geospatial Imaging facilitates the ef cient capture of data accurate referencing of imagery easy measurement and analysis and versatile presentation of spatial information Powering Geospatial Imaging with precision integration and service from Leica Geosystems When it has to be right MDA Federal Inc EarthSat Booth 202 6011 Executive Boulevard Suite 400 Rockville MD 20852 240 833 8200 Fax 240 833 8201 www earthsat com MDA Federal Inc EarthSat of Rockville Maryland is a leading provider of remote sensing and GIS services to federal state and local agencies international organizations and private companies Established as EarthSat in 1969 MDA Federal Inc specializes in all source satellite image processing orthorectification multi resolution merging mosaicking digital printing advanced image interpretation landcover mapping change detection GIS modeling weather forecasting crop monitoring geological interpretation feature extraction hyperspectral applications and continuous monitoring of Earth s resources National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NGA Booth 107 4600 Sangamore Road Mail Stop D 143 Bethesda MD 20816 5003 301 227 1403 Fax 301 227 0117 www nga mil The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NGA is a major combat support agency of the Department of Defense and an integral member of the Intelligence Community NGA provides timely relevant and accurate geospatial intelligence a combination of imagery imagery intelligence and geospatial information to the military warfighter and our nation s civilian senior policy and decision makers NGA s geospatial intelligence provides the knowledge foundation our customers need for planning decision and action National Geospatial Intelligence Agency NGA Booth 109 Basic and Applied Research Of ce InnoVision Outreach Program 4600 Sagamore Road Bethesda MD 20816 5003 703 735 3062 National Geospatial Intelligence Agency Academic Research Program learn about how NGA supports basic research in the US academic community NASA Land Processes Distributed Booth 411 Active Archive Center NASA Earth System Division U S Geological Survey Center for Earth Resources Observation and Science EROS 47914 252nd St Sioux Falls SD 57198 0001 605 594 6116l Toll Free 866 573 3222 Fax 605 594 6963 http lpdaac usgs gov main asp NASA s goal in Earth Sun System science is to explore discover and understand our Earth Sun system processes and their response to natural or human induced changes NASA distributes data useful for studying urbanization deforestation farming and natural hazards such as wildfires volcanic activity vegetation succession and ooding These data are useful in resource management policy making geology agrology tourism demography sociology forestry and land development NOAA Satellite and Information Service Booth 201 National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service NESDIS 1335 East West Highway SSMC I Room 8268 Silver Spring MD 20910 301 713 3578 Fax 301 713 1249 www noaa gov www nesdis noaa gov NOAA s National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service NESDIS is dedicated to providing timely access to global environmental data from satellites and other sources to promote protect

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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Hotel Travel Information REGISTER EARLY EXHIBIT HALL SPACE IS LIMITED Booth Fees Sustaining Member 2 500 Government Agencies Universities 1 750 Non Member 3 000 Only ASPRS Sustaining Members qualify for a discounted rate on exhibit space Rates are based on a 10 x 10 booth ASPRS Sustaining Membership is 1000 annually If your company is not currently an ASPRS Sustaining Member you may elect to become one and take advantage of the discounted Sustaining Member booth rate You will receive all of the additional bene ts of an ASPRS Sustaining Member to nd out more about ASPRS Sustaining Membership visit http www asprs org call 301 493 0290 x109 or e mail members asprs org Amenities One full complimentary conference registration per 10 x 10 booth 3 exhibit booth personnel registrations per 10 x 10 booth A 7 x 44 identi cation sign Draped back wall and side rails not applicable for island booths Complimentary post conference attendee mailing list Free listing in the Conference Final Program providing sign up and company description is received prior to publication date The Exhibit Hall is NOT carpeted Carpet can be provided by U Neek for an additional fee Exhibitor Service Kit

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