Geomorphometry 2015 (programme)

Jun 22 2015 09:00
Jun 26 2015 17:00
Europe/Warsaw

DAY 1: Monday 22.06.2015

09:00-10:00

REGISTRATION

10:00-10:30

Welcoming remarks and technical information
(Conference hosts, Chair and Vice-chair)

 

Session 1: DEM data sources
Chair: Zbigniew Zwoliński

10:30-11:00

Invited lecture: Manfred Zink, Alberto Moreira
TanDEM-X: A Challenging Radar Mission for Generating a New Earth's Topography

11:00-11:15

Christopher Wecklich, Carolina Gonzalez, Benjamin Bräutigam
Height Accuracy for the First Part of the Global TanDEM-X DEM Data

11:15-11:30

Carlos Grohmann
‘Radiography of the Amazon’ DSM/DTM data: comparative analysis with SRTM, ASTER GDEM

11:30-11:45

Piotr Wozniak
High resolution elevation data in Poland

11:45-12:00

Shangmin Zhao, Li Wang and Wenjiao Wu
Vertical error distribution of ASTER GDEM V2 data based on ICESat/GLA14 data:taking Shanxi Plateau of China as an example

12:00-12:15

COFFEE BREAK

12:15-12:45

Keynote: Lucian Dragut
Object-oriented geomorphometry

12:45-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

 

Session 2: General Problems of Geomorphometry
Chair: Guoan Tang

14:00-14:30

Invited lecture: Christopher Crosby
OpenTopography: Enabling Online and On-Demand Access to High-Resolution Topography Data for Natural Hazards

14:30-14:45

Zbigniew Zwoliński and Joanna Gudowicz
Geomorphometric analysis of morphoclimatic zones on the Earth

14:45-15:00

Vincent Lecours, Vanessa Lucieer, Margaret Dolan and Aaron Micallef
An Ocean of Possibilities: Applications and Challenges of Marine Geomorphometry

15:00-15:15

Jozef Minar, Jozef Minar and Ian S. Evans
Towards exactness in geomorphometry

15:15-15:30

Karin Ebert, Jerker Jarsjö and Karin Ekstedt
Effects of future sea level rise – the example of the island of Gotland, Sweden

15:30-15:45

COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 3: Geomorphometry in Geology and Geomorphology
Chair: Ian Evans

15:45-16:00

Liyang Xiong and Guoan Tang
Pre-Quaternary paleotopography reconstruction in the Ordos platform and its integration in the loess landform evolution modeling

16:00-16:15

Peter Guth
Geomorphometry of Normal Faults: Abyssal Hills and Continental Rifts

16:15-16:30

Marco Bacenetti, Luca Ghiraldi, Marco Giardino and Luigi Perotti
Analysis of morphometric index to evaluate the tectonic activity: case study from Germanasca valley (NW Italy)

16:30-16:45

Peter Bandura, Jozef Minár, Tatiana Harciníková and Lucian Drăguţ
Towards delineation of the morphostructural division of the Western Carpathians using object-based image analysis

16:45-17:00

Yuichi S. Hayakawa, Hidetsugu Yoshida, Lucian Dragut and Takashi Oguchi
Comparative analysis of manual and automatic extractions of hummock landforms in Mt. Gassan, northwestern Japan

17:00-17:15

Domenico Guida, Antonello Cestari, Alba Cuomo, Francesco Dramis, Vincenzo Palmieri and Vincenzo Siervo
The Salerno University Geomorphological Informative Mapping System: the Licosa polygenetic case study (Cilento European geopark, southern Italy)

17:30-19:00

Poster Session
Chairs: Jarosław Jasiewicz and Carlos Grohmann

19:00-...

Geomorphometry society meeting (elections)

Poster Session

Day 1 Poster Session
Chairs: Jarosław Jasiewicz and Carlos Grohmann

 

Cheng-Zhi Qin, Xue-Wei Wu, Yanjun Lu, Jing-Chao Jiang and A-Xing Zhu
Case-based formalization of knowledge on digital terrain analysis

Magdy Torab and Nora Dalal
Natural hazards mapping of mega waves on the NW coast of Egypt

Piotr Kłapyta and Natalia Kolecka
Combining laser scanning with field mapping and Schmidt-hammer relative age dating - examples from the Babia Góra range (Westen Carpathians, Poland)

Aleksander Adamczyk, Marcin Sobiech, Agata Urbańska and Wojciech Wysota
Geomorphometric analysis of glacial curvilineations (GCL) in Dobrzyń Lakeland, Central Poland

Lucas Ruiz and Xavier Bodin
Analysis and improvement of surface representativeness of high resolution Pléiades DEMs: Examples from glaciers and rock glaciers in two areas of the Andes

Ruqiao Jiang and Guoan Tang
A Method of Depression Filling with Consideration of Local Micro-relief Features

Marcin Brach and Jarosław Chormański
Comparison of digital elevation models of riparian wetland generated from airborne laser scanning of different accuracy

Edina Józsa
Extracting possible terrace surfaces from digital elevation models – methodological issues and case study from Hungary

Ângelo Moura Araújo, Paulo Pereira, Renato Henriques and Diamantino Pereira
Water resources assessment using GIS procedures: application in Ceará State (Brazil)

Adriana Sărășan and Lucian Drăguț
Assessing contextual information from SRTM data as abasis for classifying landform types. Case study: dune fields

Maciej Hajdukiewicz
The potential accuracy of the survey of landform changes using archival orthophotos: case study of the Białka River valley

Milena Różycka, Aleksandra Michniewicz, Piotr Migoń and Marek Kasprzak
Identification and morphometric properties of landslides in the Bystrzyckie Mountains (Sudetes, SW Poland) based on data derived from airborne LiDAR

Małgorzata Mazurek
Geomorphometric attributes of channel heads initiated by seepage erosion in a postglacial zone (NW Poland)

Virginia Ruiz-Villanueva, Markus Stoffel and Hanna Hajdukiewicz
Understanding large wood deposition during floods: a modelling approach

Cezary Kaźmierowski, Jakub Ceglarek,Jerzy Cierniewski, Jarosław Jasiewicz, Sławomir Królewicz, Michał Wyczałek
Soil surface roughness quantification using DEM obtained from UAV photogrammetry

Barbara Czajka, Adam Łajczak and Ryszard J. Kaczka
The influence of asymmetrical slopes on timberline course at Babia Gora Mountain (Western Carpathians)

Joanna Gudowicz
Effects of DEM quality on SWAT model stream flow and sediment simulation

Ling Jiang, Guoan Tang and Chun Wang
Extraction and analysis of loess gully heads based on grid terrain datasets

Mateusz Kędzior and Jarosław Zawadzki
Comparison of three Topographic Wetness Indices against soil moisture estimates over Vistula basin

Ryszard J. Kaczka, Michał Lempa, Katarzyna Stachniak, Barbara Czajka and Zofia Rączkowska
The geometry of timberline as an indicator of active and inactive avalanche paths

Zbigniew Zwoliński and Estera Stefańska
Relevance of moving window size in landform classification by TPI

Zbigniew Zwoliński and Ewa Sznigir
Spatial distribution of hypsometric curves within the Parsęta River drainage basin (Poland) as a geoindicator of geomorphological hazards

19:00-...

Geomorphometry society meeting (elections)

DAY 2: Tuesday 23.06.2015

 

Session 4: Processing of High-resolution digital elevation data
Chair: Tomasz Stepinski

9:00-9:30

Invited lecture: Piotr Wezyk
Making the invisible visible – the DTM modelling in complex environments

9:30-9:45

Waldemar Kociuba
Geometrical parameters of TLS-based DEM acquisition for a small Arctic catchment (Svalbard SW)

9:45-10:00

Marjan Temovski and Ivica Milevski
DEM based geomorphometric analyses of karst surface in the Republic of Macedonia

10:00-10:15

Michal Gallay, Ján Kaňuk, Jaroslav Hofierka, Zdenko Hochmuth and John Meneely
Mapping and geomorphometric analysis of 3-D cave surfaces: a case study of the Domica Cave, Slovakia

10:15-10:30

Marek Kasprzak, Artur Sobczyk, Szymon Kostka and Anna Haczek
Surface geophysical surveys and LiDAR DTM analysis combined with underground cave mapping – an efficient tool for karst system exploration: Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia case study (Sudetes, SW Poland)

10:30-10:45

COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 5: Landscape modeling using DEM
Chair: Tomislav Hengl

10:45-11:00

Ian Evans and Nicholas J. Cox
Size and shape of glacial cirques

11:00-11:15

Andrea Mandarino, Francesca Ferraris and Marco Firpo
Understanding landscape evolution by using DEM analysis, low order channels gradient and Asymmetry Factor: the case study of the upper Scrivia river basin (Northern Apennines, Italy)

11:15-11:30

Fayuan Li and Mingwei Zhao
Slope landscape change in a simulated watershed

11:30-11:45

Ivica Milevski and Anita Milevska
Improvement of slope angle models derived from medium to fine-scale DEM's Key study: Skopje area

11:45-12:00

COFFEE BREAK

12:00-12:30

Invited lecture: Tomasz Niedzielski, Bartlomiej Mizinski, Dapeng Yu
Hydrological forecasting in real time: an experimental integrated approach
Keynote: Markus Metz
Searching for water: hydrological modelling concepts in GRASS GIS

12:30-13:45

LUNCH BREAK

 

Session 6: Hydrological Modeling using DEM
Chair: Josef Minar

14:00-14:15

Jarosław Jasiewicz, Jolanta Czerniawska
Conditional hydrological simulations as a tool for analysis of denudational transformation of post-glacial plains

14:15-14:30

Laura Coco, Viviana Cestrone and Marcello Buccolini
Geomorphometry for studying the evolution of small basins: an example in the Italian Adriatic foredeep

14:30-14:45

Libor Burian, Andrey Mitusov and Poesen
Relationships of attributes of gullies with morphometric variables

14:45-15:00

Adam Łajczak, Barbara Czajka and Ryszard Kaczka
Reinterpretation of morphometry of headwater areas using LiDAR data in homoclinal flysch mountain ridge modelled by landslides. Case study of the Babia Góra Mt., the Western Carpathians

15:00-15:30

COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 7: Morphometric parameters
Chair: Helena Mitasova

15:30-15:45

Ovidiu Csillik, Ian S. Evans and Lucian Drăguț
Automated transformation of slope and surface curvatures to avoid long tails in frequency distributions

15:45-16:00

Xiaoli Huang, Kai Liu and Liyang Xiong
The Influence of DEM Resolution on the Extraction of Terrain Texture

16:00-16:15

Bartlomiej Szypula
Relief Index (RI) as a simple tool for geomorphometry

16:15-16:30

Shuanglin Liu, Fayuan Li, Ruqiao Jiang, Ruixue Chang and Wei Liu
A Method of Automatic Topographic Recognition Based on Slope Spectrum

16:30-16:45

Vincent Lecours, Alvin Simms, Rodolphe Devillers, Vanessa Lucieer and Evan Edinger
Finding the Best Combinations of Terrain Attributes and GIS software for Meaningful Terrain Analysis

16:45-17:00

Scott Peckham
Longitudinal Elevation Profiles of Rivers: Curve Fitting with Functions Predicted by Theory

19:00--

Conference dinner

DAY 3: Wednesday 24.06.2015

 

Session 8: Novel approches in geomorphometry
Chair: Steve Kopp

9:00-9:30

Invited lecture: Tomasz F. Stepinski, Jaroslaw Jasiewicz, Pawel Netzel and Jacek Niesterowicz
Doing Geomorphometry with Pattern Analysis

9:30-9:45

Przemysław Stpiczyński, Dominik Szałkowski, Leszek Gawrysiak and Łukasz Chabudziński
Hybrid implementation of evaluation of primary topographic parameters using GPU-accelerated clusters

9:45-10:00

Sergio Camiz and Maurizio Poscolieri
Geomorfo: a program for the classification of terrain units

10:00-10:15

Jarosław Jasiewicz, Alfred Stach, Jakub Nowosad
Terrain misclassification problem – analysis using pattern simulation approach

10:15-10:30

Anita Bernatek
Visualizing morphometric changes in a piping system using DEM and GIS analysis: the Bieszczady Mts., Poland

10:30-10:45

COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 9: Monitoring of natural hazards I
Chair: Marco Giardino

10:45-11:00

Charles Jackson
Caution: dust storms may do exist (and so do mountains): Modeling dust source suitability within an object-oriented geoecology

11:00-11:15

Viktor Kaufmann and Andreas Kellerer-Pirklbauer
Regional quantification of rock glacier movement in Central Austria using governmental GIS data

11:15-11:30

Rafal Wawer and Artur Lopatka
Thermal satellite scenes in single event modelling of wind erosion

11:30-11:45

Vaclav Petras, Helena Mitasova and Anna Petrasova
Mapping gradient fields of landform migration

11:45-12:00

COFFEE BREAK

12:00-12:30

Keynote: Marco Giardino, Luigi Perotti, Walter Alberto, Sara Ratto
Multidimensional approach to natural instabilities in mountain areas: how geomorphometry can improve both hazard modelling and risk perception

12:30-13:45

LUNCH BREAK

 

Session 10: Monitoring of natural hazards II
Chair: Marco Giardino

13:45-14:15

Invited lecture: Steve Kopp
Expanding the reach of Geomorphometry through Web GIS

14:15-14:30

Janusz Wasowski, Fabio Bovenga, Raffaele Nutricato, Davide Oscar Nitti and Maria Teresa Chiaradia
High resolution satellite SAR multi temporal interferometry for regional scale detection of landslide and subsidence hazards

14:30-14:45

François Clapuyt, Veerle Vanacker, Kristof Van Oost and Fritz Schlunegger
Very-high resolution monitoring of movement of surface material within a landslide

14:45-15:00

Xavier Bodin, Dario Trombotto and Alvaro Soruco
Evaluation of a terrestrial photogrammetry method for the study of high mountain dynamics. Quebrada del Medio rock glacier, Mendoza, Argentina

15:00-15:15

COFFEE BREAK

 

Session 11: Geomorphometry for natural hazards geomodeling
Chair: Piotr Weżyk

15:15-15:30

Mario Kummert and Reynald Delaloye
Quantifying sediment transfer between the front of an active alpine rock glacier and a torrential gully

15:30-15:45

Rafał Kroczak and Tomasz Bryndal
An attempt to assess the influence of road network on flash flood wave parameters. The case study of the Carpathian Foothills

15:45-16:00

Mihai Niculita
Automatic extraction of landslide flow direction using geometric processing and DEMs

16:00-16:15

Daniele Strigaro, Massimiliano Moretti, Matteo Mattavelli, Mattia De Amicis, Valter Maggi and Antonello Provenzale
Development of GIS methods to assess glaciers response to climatic fluctuations: a Minimal Model approach

16:30-17:15

Life achievement awards / Best paper awards

Towards Geomorphometry 2017

17:15--

Short Trip: Meteorite crater Morasko

DAY 4: Thursday 25.06.2015

Parrallel workshops

Room

Morning

9:00-12.30

Afternoon

13:30-17:00

 

Jarek Jasiewicz

GRASS GIS and R as a tool for large-scale geomorphometric mapping

Jarek Jasiewicz
Markus Metz

Hydrological modeling in GRASS GIS

 

Jonathan de Ferranti/Jacek Niesterowicz

World-wide DEM

Tom Hengl

Automated DEM data analysis using R + SAGA + Google Earth

 

ESRI

ESRI ArcGIS Pro – new desktop application from Esri

ESRI

ESRI ArcGIS Pro – new desktop application from Esri

 

Martin Isenburg

Hands-on intro to LiDAR processing with LAS tools

Fabio Bovenga, Janusz Wasowski

Radar interferometry for ground motion analysis

DAY 5: Friday, 8:00 A.M 26.06.2015

All-day conference trip

Adam Mickiewicz Square, City Centre near Adam Mickiewicz Monument

Mirosław Makohonienko, Małgorzata Mazurek

Venue: 
Institute of Geoecology and Geoinformation Poznan
Poland
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electronic files

if there are electronic format, such as PDF,it will be better !