PS 38 Remote Sensing and Image Analysis

Tuesday, August 4, 2009: 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall NE & SE, Albuquerque Convention Center
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Use of a digital camera to estimate heterogeneous temperatures and heat flux in a forest understory soil
Eric A. Graham, University of California, Los Angeles; Eric M. Yuen, University of California, Los Angeles; Yeung Lam, University of California, Los Angeles
161
Analysis of isolation of Jirisan National Park in South Korea using multi-temporal remote sensing data
Sung Hyun Lim, The Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Seoul National University; Chong Hwa Park, The Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Seoul National University
162
Allometric constraints to inversion of canopy structure from remote sensing
Adam Wolf, Carnegie Institution for Science; Joe Berry, Carnegie Institution for Science; Gregory P. Asner, Carnegie Institution for Science
163
Leveraging Internet-connected cameras to create a transcontinental plant phenology monitoring system
Erin C. Riordan, University of California, Los Angeles; Eric A. Graham, University of California, Los Angeles; Eric M. Yuen, University of California, Los Angeles; Eric Wang, University of California, Los Angeles; John Hicks, University of California, Los Angeles; Deborah Estrin, University of California, Los Angeles
165
Using implanted passive integrated transponders to monitor long-tem burrow fidelity in a theraphosid spider, Aphonopelma hollyi
Donna Hamilton, Texas Tech University; Nancy McIntyre, Texas Tech University; Lewellyn Densmore, Texas Tech University
166
Development of an unmanned aerial vehicle and cyberinfrastructure for environmental research
Jerald Brady, University of Texas at El Paso; Craig C. Tweedie, University of Texas at El Paso
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