EOC Annual Science Meeting

Canberra, 4 to 6 July 2001

Presentations


Thanks go to all those who participated in this year's annual science meeting at the EOC.

Particular thanks to Greg Ayers whose attendance was much appreciated, and to Leonie and Dean who organised it all.

Where possible, the presentations have been linked to the titles below. These are all PDF files. Due to space limitations, the original powerpoint files are not available from the website, but copies are available on request. Please contact Susan.campbell@eoc.csiro.au

Photos.

Day 1: Wednesday, July 4

The future directions of Earth Observation R&D within
CSIRO during the next triennium (-2005):

A discussion.

Time

Speaker

Presentation title

12:30 -13:15

Lunch (± catch-up chatting)

13:15-13:30

David Jupp

Welcome and opening remarks

13:30

Dean Graetz

The relevance of Stealth Bombers:
A productive way of considering the future

14:00

Denis O'Brien

OCO: Orbiting Carbon Observatory

14:30

David Jupp

Commercialising research:
Meeting turbo capitalism

(more details)

15:00

Arnold Dekker

Remote Sensing of Estuarine and Marine Environments:
From sensor dearth to sensor glut - where should CSIRO focus in the next 5 years?

15:30

Mike Raupach

The global carbon cycle: status, observations, predictions

16:00 - stumps

Discussion

Day 2: Thursday, July 5

EOC Core Business: Task Reports and related research

Time

Speaker

Title

08:45-ish

David Jupp

Welcome: What we want from today

09:00

Ian Barton

Alan Pearce

2.2: Review of SST validation progress

09:30



Cindy Ong / Peter Hick
Vanessa Chewings
Glen Newnham / Peter Hick

3.1: Hi-res Scene Brightness & BRDF

Wavelength dependency
Testing of Scene Brightness or BRDF correction techniques using DMSV data
Characterising BRDF in Airborne Hyperspectral Image Scenes

10:00













12:30



David, Jenny, Susan

Tim & Tom

Fred Prata

Tom Cudahy

Vittorio

Vanessa & Geoff

Nicholas & Alex

Hyperion Quick looks

Lake Frome

Coleambally

Uardry

Mount Fitton & Panorama (A & B)

Moreton Bay

Kunoth

Tumbarumba - Alex

Tumbarumba - Nicholas


12:30

Lunch (± restorative walk)

13:30

Ian Grant

3.3 BRDF modelling

14:00

Tiit Kutser

Task 3.4 Optical Remote Sensing of the Estuarine and Marine Environment (ORSEME)

3.4: The Coral Reef Pilot Project

14:30

Peter, Jenny
& Edward

4.1: CAPS and a whole lot of new stuff

15:00

Edward & Susan

5.1: The processed AVHRR data archive

Animation

15:30

Dean, Jenny,
Edward & Susan

4.3: The AVHRR Task

16:00

Ian Barton

2.3: Tasman Sea mass and heat transport

16:30

Fred Prata

Integrating remote sensing data products into numerical models etc.

17:00

Ross Mitchell

Validation of aerosol retrievals over the Australian continent

Day 3: Friday, July 6

EOC Core Business: New Proposals, Blue Sky, and Synergy

Time

Speaker

Title

9:00

David Jupp

Jenny & Nicholas

Lidar task

9:30
Denis O’Brien
Unravelling TOMS Aerosol Index

10:30



Fred Prata
Ian Grant

Luigi Renzullo
Andrew Rodger
Vanessa Chewings


Denis O'Brien et al

‘Burning Issues: An open forum’

Accessing and Processing MODIS Data
CHRIS/PROBA /
Lunar Calibrationof GMS-5 VISSR
Vicarious Calibration of TM Data: Hay, 2000
Column Water Vapour (0.4 - 2.5 micron)
The Assessment of Biodiversity for a range of Australian ecosystems using Hyperspectral and Hyperspatial Remote Sensing Imagery
Hyperspectral Atmospheric Correction Task

12:10

Susan & Jenny

Instrumentation Phoenix
12:30
Greg Ayers
Future EOC Operations

12:45

David Jupp

Meeting wrap-up

13:00

Lunch (± a restorative stroll)

14:00

Special Interest Group Meetings
(Convenors to organise)

Lidar
Water quality?
Radar?

Reports from the 2000 meeting are available here.


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