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GRSG Announces 28th Annual Conference

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

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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