Sep 03, 2014

25 Years of Geological Remote Sensing (GRSG), 15th – 17th December 2014

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The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) announces the first call for papers for the 25th Anniversary meeting. This meeting will celebrate 25 years of geological remote sensing focusing on the pinnacle moments during this period as well as looking at the wide range of remote sensing tools, latest developments, sensors and applications that are now available.

As usual, abstracts are welcome on a wide range of remote sensing themes, including:
• Retrospective viewpoints on how remote sensing has changed in 25 yrs (e.g. Landsat, ASTER,
Hyperspectral etc)
• New sensors: technological developments, analytical methods & algorithms
• Latest developments in:
• Mineral exploration
• Oil & Gas
• Geological applications (geological mapping, lithological classification, tectonics, seismology)
• Geomorphology
• Geohazards (e.g. landslides, flooding)
• Terrain, Bathymetry and Elevation models
• 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
agm@grsg.org.uk
Further information, sponsorship opportunities and logistics at GRSG

The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) is a special interest group of The Geological Society (GeolSoc) and the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society (RSPSoc) formed in 1989. For further information visit GRSG

Important dates:
Registration opens: 1st May 2014
Call for papers closes: 15th September 2014