Geomorphometry 2009 (programme)

Aug 31 2009 09:15
Sep 2 2009 17:30
Europe/Amsterdam

 
See also: logistics; conference dinner; workshop A; workshop C;


DAY 3: Monday 31.08.2009

0915-0925
Welcoming remarks
0925-1015 From ontologies to software (Ross Purves)
 
 
1015-1045
Coffee break
1045-1230 Methodological developments (Ian Evans)
 
John Gallant and Michael Hutchinson
A differential equation for specific catchment area
 
 
 
Justin Washtell, Stephen Carver and Katherine Arrell
A viewshed based classification of landscapes using geomorphometrics
1230-1330
Lunch
1330-1430
1430-1545 Extracting landscape elements (David Mark)
 
 
 
1545-1615
Coffee break
1615-1800 Soil mapping and properties (Tomislav Hengl)
 
 
Korbinian Kringer, Markus Tusch, Clemens Geitner, Martin Rutzinger, Christoph Wiegand and Gertraud Meißl
Geomorphometric Analyses of LiDAR Digital Terrain Models for Digital Soil Mapping
 
Markus Möller, Thomas Koschitzki and Klaus-Jörg Hartmann
Terrain-related revision of existing soil maps
 
1830-1915
1930-20:30
Welcome drink

DAY 4: Tuesday 1.09.2009

0900-1015 Global-scale geomorphometry (John Gallant)
 
 
 
1015-1045
Coffee break
1045-1230 Multiscale methods (Jo Wood)
 
Katherine Arrell and Stephen Carver
Surface roughness scaling trends
 
Michael Kalbermatten, Dimitri Van De Ville, Stéphane Joost, Michael Unser and François Golay
Laplace-gradient wavelet pyramid and multiscale tensor structures applied on high resolution DEMs
 
Lucian Dragut, Clemens Eisank, Thomas Strasser and Thomas Blaschke
A comparison of methods to incorporate scale in geomorphometry
 
1230-1330
Lunch
1330-1430
Keynote: Stephan Landtwing
1430-1545 Data considerations (Hannes  Reuter)
 
John Gallant and Arthur Read
Enhancing the SRTM data for Australia
 
 
1545-1615
Coffee break
1615-1800 Geomorphological applications (Peter Guth)
 
 
 
1800-late
Conference dinner

DAY 5: Wednesday 2.09.2009

0900-1015 Extraterrrestrial geomorphometry (Scott Peckham)
 
 
Roderik Koenders, Roderik Lindenbergh and Tanja Zegers
Automated classification of Martian morphology using a Terrain Fingerprinting Method
 
1015-1045
Coffee break
1045-1230 Extracting hydrological networks (Robert MacMillan)
 
Paolo Tarolli, Giancarlo Dalla Fontana, Giovanni Moretti and Stefano Orlandini
Cell Size Dependence of Threshold Conditions for the Delineation of Drainage Networks from Gridded Elevation Data
 
 
 
1230-1330
Lunch
1330-1430
  Extracting hydrological networks (continued)
1430-1500
1500-1530
Coffee break
1530-1645 Glaciological applications (Stephan Gruber)
 
Andreas Linsbauer, Frank Paul, Martin Hoelzle, Holger Frey and Wilfried Haeberli
The Swiss Alps Without Glaciers – a GIS-based Modelling Approach for Reconstruction of Glacier Beds
 
 
Regula Frauenfelder, Bernhard Schneider and Bernd Etzelmüller
Morphometric modelling of rockglaciers – A case study from the Alps
1645
Closing remarks

 


Connected event: Geomorphometry workshop at BGRG (6 September)

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Presentations.

Good evening, I see we have a 25 minute window for our presentations. I would like to know exactly how long should our presentation last before it is open for questions and comments. Thank you very much and congratulations for the event organization. Best regards, Marcello Gorini.

RE: time for presentations

Dear Marcello,

The presentations can last up to maximum of 25 minutes. The session chairs will probably be very strict. If finish your talk in 20 minutes, it means that you have left 5 minutes to get some feedback. Some people think that they do not need any feedback

See also the important info.