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Oral Session # 72: GIS and Remote Sensing I.
Presiding: J Drake
Thursday, August 7. 8:00 AM to 11:30 AM, SITCC Meeting Room 203.
8:00 AM Prihodko, Lara*,1, Denning, A. Scott1, Nicholls, Melville1, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO Climate models and landscape heterogeneity: Can we see the forest without the trees?
8:15 AM Henebry, Geoffrey*,1, Goodin, Douglas2, 1 University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE2 Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS Land surface phenology, ecoregional expectations, and change analysis: Toward ecological forecasting with image time series.
8:30 AM McMillan, Brett1, Bellows, A. Scott1, Allen, Thomas2, 1 Biological Sciences, Norfolk, VA2 Political Science and Geography, Norfolk, VA Application of a Pseudo-NDVI image enhancement to coastal landscape ecology.
8:45 AM Robinson, Julie*,1, 2, Andréfouët, Serge3, Gebelein, Jennifer4, Spraggins, Alan1, 5, Green, Edmund6, Noordeloos, Marco 7, Burke, Lauretta 8, 1 Earth Science & Image Analysis Laboratory, Houston, TX, USA2 Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX, USA3 University of South Florida, St. Petersburg, FL, USA4 Florida International University, Miami, FL, US5 Hernandez Engineering, Houston, TX, USA6 United Nations Environment Programme, Cambridge, UK7 International Center for Living Aquatic Resources Management, Penang, Malaysia8 World Resources Institute, Washington, DC, USA Global coral reef mapping and data distribution: Partnerships between remote sensing scientists and international agencies.
9:00 AM Evans, Cynthia*,1, Robinson, Julie, 1 Lockheed Martin Space Operations, Houston, TX Human-induced changes of western Pacific coastal zones documented by remotely-sensed imagery.
9:15 AM Laurent, Edward*,1, LeBouton, Joseph2, Walters, Michael2, Liu, Jianguo1, 1 Department of Fisheries & Wildlife, East Lansing, MI, USA2 Department of Forestry, East Lansing, MI, USA Evaluating the effects of landcover classification parameters on landscape indices used to investigate wildlife-habitat relationships.
9:30 AM Break.
9:45 AM Hall, Sonia *,1, Burke, Ingrid1, Box, David2, Kaufmann, Merrill3, Stoker, Jason4, 1 Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO2 3Di Technology Inc., Boulder, CO3 Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO4 EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD Estimating stand structural attributes of ponderosa pine forests with discrete return lidar.
10:00 AM Rascher, Uwe1, 1 Biosphere 2 Center, Oracle, AZ, USA Hyperspectral imaging serves as a powerful tool to monitor the spatio-temporal dynamics of photosynthesis within a drought-stressed tropical canopy.
10:15 AM Landenberger, Rick*,1, McGraw, James, Warner, Timothy, Brandtberg, Tomas, 1 Department of Biology, Morgantown, WV, USA Aerial census of Haleakala silverswords using high resolution color-infrared imagery.
10:30 AM Stimson, Hugh*,1, Breshears, David 2, Kefauver, Shawn 1, Ustin, Susan1, 1 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA2 Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM Spectral sensing of foliar water conditions in two conifer species.
10:45 AM Zeglin, Lydia*,1, Pennington, Deana1, Parmenter, Robert1, Gosz, James1, Brunt, James1, 1 Department of Biology, Albuquerque, NM, USA Assessing semi-arid grassland recovery from grazing using multispectral imagery.
11:00 AM Bennett, T. M. Bull*,1, 1 South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD, USA Tracking buffalo from space: An analysis of ecosystem change using remote sensed data.
11:15 AM Fisher, Jeremy*,1, Mustard, John1, 1 Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island High spatial resolution sea surface climatology from Landsat thermal infrared data.