Second Call for Papers
The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) has announced the second call for papers for the 25th Anniversary

To celebrate their 25th anniversary The GRSG has invited the founding chairman, Geoff Lawrence, to give a
keynote presentation which will track how Geological remote sensing has progressed and will be entitled
‘25years of Geological Remote Sensing: Then and Now’.

There will also be keynotes throughout the conference explaining the history and significance of remote sensing applied to the following areas:

• Oil and Gas: Martin Insley (Tullow Oil)
• RS and disaster management : Richard Teeuw (Portsmouth University)
• Mineral Exploration: Dan Taranik (Exploration Mapping)
• Engineering applications: Jason Manning (Arup)
• InSAR and Geohazards: TBC

As usual, abstracts are welcome on a wide range of remote sensing themes, including:

• Retrospective viewpoints (see keynotes above)
• New sensors: technological developments, analyticalmethods & algorithms
• Latest developments in:
• Mineral exploration
• Oil & Gas
• Geological applications, Geomorphology, Geohazards
• Terrain, Bathymetry and Elevationmodels
• Classification,multi-temporal analysis and modelling
• Planetary science & comparative geomorphology
• Hyperspectral & Multispectral; Radar / InSAR; Optical & high resolution

Abstracts (Oral Presentations and Posters): Title, Author(s) and 300 word abstract should be sent to

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