International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

In 2021 a joint initiative of Belgium and The Netherlands

TH1.O-20: UAV and Close Sensing Applications I
Thu, 15 Jul, 08:30 - 10:00 (UTC)
Thu, 15 Jul, 10:30 - 12:00 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Thu, 15 Jul, 16:30 - 18:00 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Thu, 15 Jul, 04:30 - 06:00 Eastern Standard Time (UTC -4)
Session Chair: Amir Behnamian, Physical Scientist/ Environment and Climate Change Canada
Session Manager: Eduard Khachatrian
Track: Special Themes

TH1.O-20.1: AUTOMATED UAS MEASUREMENTS OF REFLECTANCE AND SOLAR INDUCED FLORESCENCE (SIF) FOR ASSESSMENT OF THE DINAMICS IN PHOTOSYNTHETIC FUNCTION, APPLICATION FOR MAZE (ZEA MAYS L.) IN GREENBELT, MARYLAND, USA

Petya Campbell, University of Maryland Baltimore County, United States; Phil Townsend, University of Wisconsin, United States; Dan Mandl, James MacKinnon, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, United States; Lawrence Ong, SCIENCE SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS INC, United States

TH1.O-20.2: RANDOM FOREST OUTPERFORMED CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORKS FOR SHRUB WILLOW ABOVE GROUND BIOMASS ESTIMATION USING MULTI-SPECTRAL UAS IMAGERY

Haifa Tamiminia, Bahram Salehi, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), United States; Masoud Mahdianpari, Memorial Univeristy of Newfounland, Canada; Colin M. Beier, Daniel J. Klimkowski, Timothy A. Volk, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), United States

TH1.O-20.3: MAPPING INVASIVE PHRAGMITES IN SENSITIVE WETLANDS USING UNMANNED AREIAL VEHICLE IMAGERY AND RANDOM FOREST MACHINE LEARNING

Morgan Hrynyk, Amir Behnamian, Sarah Banks, Physical Scientist/ Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada; Taylor Harmer, Physical Specialist/ Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada; Matt Giles, Geomatics Specialist / Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada; Lori White, Zhaohua Chen, Physical Scientist/ Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada; Ryan Hamilton, Geomatics Specialist/ Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada; Jon Pasher, Jason Duffe, Geomatics Section Head/ Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada

TH1.O-20.4: BRDF SAMPLING FROM HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGES: A PROOF OF CONCEPT

Juan M. Jurado, University of Jaén, Spain; Luís Pádua, Jonas Hruska, University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal; Roberto Jiménez, Francisco R. Feito, University of Jaén, Spain; Joaquim J. Sousa, UTAD, Portugal

TH1.O-20.5: QUANTIFYING TROPICAL FOREST STAND STRUCTURE THROUGH TERRESTRIAL AND UAV LASER SCANNING FUSION

Louise Terryn, Kim Calders, Ghent University, Belgium; Harm Bartholomeus, Wageningen University, Netherlands; Renée Bartolo, Australian Government, Australia; Benjamin Brede, Wageningen University, Netherlands; Barbara D'hont, Ghent University, Belgium; Mathias Disney, University College London, United Kingdom; Martin Herold, Alvaro Lau, Wageningen University, Netherlands; Alexander Shenkin, University of Oxford, United Kingdom; Timothy Whiteside, Australian Government, Australia; Phil Wilkes, University College London, United Kingdom; Hans Verbeeck, Ghent University, Belgium

TH1.O-20.6: Multi-scale Analysis of DEMs Derived from Unmanned Aerial Vehicle in Precision Agriculture Context

Abderrazak Bannari, Space-Pix Map, Canada; Ahmed Selouani, Geofly Society of Geomatics, Morocco; Mohamed El-Basri, GRND, Research center CERN2D, ENS - University Mohamed-V, Morocco; Hassan Rhinane, University Hassan II, Morocco; Abderrazak El-Harti, Abderrahman El-Ghmari, University Sultan Moulay Slimane, Morocco