Geomorphometry 2011 (programme)

Sep 7 2011 09:00
Sep 9 2011 18:00
America/Los Angeles

Note: Video presentations available via ESRI.com

See also: logistics; workshops;


DAY 1: Wednesday 07.09.2011

0900-0930
Welcoming remarks and technical information (John P. Wilson, Ian Evans, Steve Kopp)
0930-1030

Keynote: Helena Mitasova

 Landscape dynamics from LiDAR data

1030-1100
Coffee break
1100-1300 Hydrology and Geomorphometry (Helena Mitasova)
 
1300-1400
Lunch
1400-1430

Poster session day 1

Monkey, Starfish and Octopus Saddles

Modeling soil properties at a regional scale using GIS and Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines

A terrain-based site conditions map of California with implications for the contiguous United States

Adaptive hydrologic enforcement of LiDAR-based digital elevation models

Channel planform changes of Putna River in the last 100 years

1430-1500
Coffee break
1500-1600 Hydrology and Geomorphometry 2 (Qiming Zhou)
 
1600-1700

Nathan Shephard
Peter Becker
Stephen Kopp
Esri Initiatives in Terrain Management and Analysis
 

1700-1730

Geomorphometry society meeting (elections)


DAY 2: Thursday 08.09.2011

0830-1030

Keynote: John Gallant

Adaptive smoothing for noisy DEMs

Keynote: Qiming Zhou

Dynamic Surface Flow Simulation Based on a Self-adaptive Scale Digital Elevation Model

1030-1100
Coffee break
1100-1300 Modeling DEM errors (John Gallant)
 
1300-1400
Lunch
1400-1430

Poster session day 2

Morphometric mapping of topography by slope and aspect flowline hachures

An open database of DEM-derived parameters of the World

Topographic Depression Identification in a Lidar DEM of a Hummocky Landscape in the Prairie Region of Canada

Targeted morphometric analysis for morphostructural subdivision of the Western Carpathians

1430-1500
Coffee break
1500-1730 Scale in geomorphometry and soil mapping applications (A-Xing Zhu)
 

Carlos Grohmann, André Sawakuchi and Vinícius Mendes
Cell size influence on DEM volume calculation

Marcello A. V. Gorini and Guilherme Lucio Abelha Mota
Which is the best scale? Finding fundamental features and scales in DEMs

Wei Luo and Tomasz Stepinski
Flow-length difference as a measure of topographic roughness/incision

Hannes Reuter, Peter Strobl and Wolfgang Mehl
How to merge a DEM?

Yuichi Hayakawa and Takashi Oguchi
Scale dependency of stream gradient calculation and its use to quantify bedrock river morphology

1845-2100

Banquet (conference dinner at Esri campus)


DAY 3: Friday 09.09.2011

0830-1030

Keynote: Takashi Oguchi

A Characteristic Slope Angle of V-shaped Valleys in Humid Steep Mountains with Frequent Slope Failure

Keynote: A-Xing Zhu

Geomorphic Objects and Scale in Digital Terrain Analysis for Digital Soil Mapping

1030-1100
Coffee break
1100-1300 Extraction and classification of landforms (Takashi Oguchi)
 
1300-1400
Lunch
1400-1500
1515-1530
Coffee break
1530-1700 Applications in Geomorphology (Ian Evans)
 
1700-1730
Life achievement awards / Best paper awards
Towards Geomorphometry 2013

DAY 4: Saturday 10.09.2011:

(University of Redlands campus; 1200 East Colton Avenue, Redlands) Two parallel workshops from 9:00 to 17:00:

On Saturday from 14:00-17:00:

Open workshop (optional) "Making an open database of DEM-derivatives of the World" (sign-up!)

Read more: Geomorphometry workshops

Venue: 
ESRI Campus Redlands, CA
United States
34° 3' 20.0484" N, 117° 10' 57.1368" W
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