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Events for February 2, 2017 - October 19, 2017

February 2017

Scientific Visualization of Geospatial Data Using a Visualization Wall

February 02, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

Dr. Bishop will present new geovisualization capabilities that the Center for GEOSAT has invested in, and provide a demonstration of a new visualization wall for the display and interpretation of multispectral imagery and digital elevation models.

Science: Agriculture & Life Sciences, Education, Geosciences, Information Science
Technology: Air, Land, Sea, Space
Applications: Environment

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Accelerate Large Scale Geoscience Analysis Problems – A Case Study on Solar Irradiance Simulation

February 23, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

n this talk, Dr. Liu will share his team's successful experience in both acceleration and scale up of a sophisticated solar irradiance simulation model.

Applications: Society
Science: Education, Engineering, Geosciences
Technology: Space

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March 2017

A Mission Flexible and Effective System for Remote Sensing Using Multi-Sensor Unmanned Air Systems

March 02, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

This presentation details the development and demonstration of fixed-wing unmanned aircraft systems for precision agriculture tasks.

Science: Agriculture & Life Sciences, Education, Engineering
Technology: Air
Applications: Society

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From Ground Sensors to Satellites: Three-Dimensional Remote Sensing of Vegetation Structure

March 30, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

This seminar will review liDAR remote sensing from all three platforms – ground, air, and space, and will focus on applications for assessing vegetation biophysical parameters and three-dimensional structure.

Technology: Air, Land, Space
Applications: Environment
Science: Education, Engineering, Geosciences

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April 2017

Touching Spatio-Temporal Data Through Haptic Robots. Adding More ‘Sense’ to GIS

April 06, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

This presentation will introduce the use of haptic robots to ‘touch’ spatially distributed data of complex mulit-variate systems. The technology to dive into these systems has been developed by the Haptic group at the Stochastic Geomechanics Laboratory (SGL).

Applications: Environment
Science: Education, Engineering
Technology: Land, Sea

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Effect of Land Use Change on Flows and Floodplains in the Houston Area

April 20, 2017
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg., Room 807

The effect of urbanization on stream flows and floodplain extent in the rapidly developing Whiteoak and Sims Bayou watersheds in the Houston area, Texas, is studied.

Technology: Air, Land
Applications: Environment, Society
Science: Education, Engineering, Government & Economics

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September 2017

Risk Assessment for Landslides Using Bayesian Networks and Remote Sensing

September 07, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg. Rm 807

LiDAR derived information such as a Digital Terrain Model (DTM) and a Canopy Height Model (CHM) from a selected area of the Oregon Coast Range was used to develop a set of hazard and risk index maps.

Applications: Environment
Science: Education, Engineering, Government & Economics
Technology: Land

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Payload Directed Flight For Near Real-Time Decision Support Assessing Spatio-Temporal Scale- Dependencies for Earth Science

September 21, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg. Rm 807

This presentation summarizes the current, in development, and planned future capabilities of the Vehicle Systems & Control Laboratory with respect to payload directed flight in support of Earth science data collection.

Technology: Air
Applications: Society
Science: Education, Engineering, Information Science

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October 2017

Advanced Geomorphometric Approaches for Understanding Mountain Environments

October 05, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg. Rm 807

The relationship between topographic form and surface process, though qualitatively well-­understood, is numerically poorly characterized. Identifying, mapping, and characterizing surface processes using machine visualization and automation demands that topographic forms be formalized in mathematical language and that relationships to the polygenetic heritage of geomorphic form be evaluated in a hierarchical, context-­sensitive manner.

Applications: Environment
Science: Education, Geosciences, Information Science
Technology: Land

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Ground Penetrating Radar: Uncovering the ‘Hidden Half’

October 19, 2017
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eller O&M Bldg. Rm 807

Alfredo Delgado Deparment of Soil and Crop Sciences, Texas A&M University Graduate Student Abstract GPR is an existing and rapidly evolving technology that can be used as a high throughput, non-­destructive-­3­‐dimensional imaging method – for quantifying root mass. With the ability to detect subtle differences in the soil media, GPR has often been utilized as a small cross-­section near-­surface object detection tool. GPR technology has been utilized to nondestructively image…

Science: Agriculture & Life Sciences, Education
Applications: Environment
Technology: Land

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