The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) is pleased to announce the 28th Annual Conference ‘Future of Geological Remote Sensing: ‘Applied Geological Remote Sensing’ will be held at the Jupiter Hotel in Lisbon, Portugal.

Full information can be found on the GRSG Website.

The conference theme will focus on a wide range of remote sensing applications, tools, latest innovations and developments with a focus on how these can be applied to meet ‘real world’ challenges.

The Call for Papers is now open so please don’t forget to submit your abstracts to agm@grsg.org.uk

Abstracts are welcome on a wide range of remote sensing themes, including but not restricted to:

Technological advances: sensors, platforms, processing and analytical methods and algorithms
Latest developments in: Civil Engineering, Oil and Gas, Mineral Exploration
Geological applications (geological mapping, lithological classification, tectonics, seismology)
Geomorphology and Geohazards (e.g. landslides, flooding, volcanic hazards)
Terrain, Bathymetry and Elevation models
Classification, multi-temporal analysis and modelling
Planetary Science & comparative geomorphology
Hyperspectral & Multispectral; Radar / InSAR; Optical & high resolution

 


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