Submission deadline Geomorphometry 2015 (extended!)

Dec 20 2014 09:00
Dec 20 2014 22:50
Europe/Amsterdam

Prospective authors are invited to submit extended abstracts of up to 4 pages (ca 2000 words) by 20th December 2014 (this is the final deadline; there will be no more extensions of the submission deadline). Extended abstracts must be original works by the authors, not be currently under review in the same form by another outlet and not submitted elsewhere prior to the notification date.

All submitted abstracts will go through a peer-review processes, so that the final PDF will appear on-line only after the paper has been accepted for presentation at the Conference.

Venue: 
Poznan
Poland

Geomorphometry 2015

 

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Geomorphometry 2015:  Conference and Workshops

email: conference2015@geomorphometry.org

June 22-26, 2015 (Monday to Friday)

Geomorphometry for natural hazards geomodeling

HONORARY PATRONAGE

Global DEM at 1, 3 and 15 arcsecs

Global DEM at 1, 3 and 15 arcsecs

Data developed and uploaded in Scotland by Jonathan de Ferranti. Interactive coverage maps supplied by Christoph Hormann

Geomorphometry 2015 Keynote and Invited speakers

Keynote Speakers

Marco Giardino, School of Natural Sciences, University of Torino, Italy.

Associate Professor at the School of Natural Sciences. Previously, researcher at the National Research Council. His studies in Applied Geomorphology (geothematic mapping, remote sensing) concern geodiversity and evolutionary processes of the alpine relief, the assessment of natural hazards and risks. He is also devoted to the protection of geoheritage and to Earth Science education. His partnerships: USGS Geologic Hazard Team; Université de Savoie; University of Lausanne, Tripura University, Simon Fraser University.

Postdoc Terrain Feature Modeling and Extraction for Mapping and Earth Resource Applications (USGS)

Sep 10 2014 19:24
America/Indiana/Indianapolis
USGS is seeking a postdoctoral fellow to study terrain processes and geomorphic development to model terrain features in support of extraction from lidar data for representation as a part of The National Map. Research Advisor: E. Lynn Usery, 573-308-3837. usery@usgs.gov.
Job description: 

The incumbent will be expected to develop models and use object oriented image analysis in conjunction with the lidar data to isolate and extract these features from lidar data (Li and others, 2012). The procedures for building specific geomorphic features from process modeling and ontology design patterns will be developed as part of the research. The work will be supported by ongoing work in the ontology of terrain features that has been a research focus for CEGIS for the past 5 years.

Requirements: 
Applicants must meet one of the following qualifications – Research Geographer, Research Physical Scientist, Research Cartographer
Annual brutto salary: 
NA
Job duration: 
NA
Contact: 
Direct inquiries to Rama K. Kotra at rkotra@usgs.gov

6th Global Workshop on Digital Soil Mapping

Nov 11 2014 09:15
Nov 14 2014 18:00
Asia/Shanghai
From the 2012 DSM meeting at the University of Sydney

Digital Soil Mapping Across Paradigms, Scales and Boundaries

The conference is planned for 11th - 14th, November, 2014, which will include technical sessions and one day mid-conference tour. The proceedings of the workshop, including keynote talks, other talks, and results of the discussion sessions will be published as a book. 

URL: http://dsm2014.csp.escience.cn

Venue: 
Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences Nanjing
China

International Society for Geomorphometry (ISG) is an international association of researchers and experts open for free exchange of knowledge and opinions about various aspects of DEM processing and digital relief analysis.