Remote Sensing and UAS

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/4/2019
Start / End Time: 9:55 AM / 11:35 AM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers



ID Title Participant
023 Determining the Accuracy of Remotely-Sensed Evapotranspiration Estimates in Canadian Boreal Forests Devin Simmons
University of Maryland
024 A hybrid approach for incorporating high resolution LIDAR DEMs into USGS StreamStats at the state level Daniel Warner
Delaware Geological Survey
025 Empirical Predictors for District Level and Field Level Smallholder Maize Yield Prediction in Zambia Sitian Xiong
026 Spatio-temporal Analysis of Lake and Reservoir Water Quality in USACE Louisville District with Multispectral Satellite Remote Sensing Systems Hongxing Liu
University of Cincinnati
027 Remote sensing and citizen science to monitor the impact of Marcellus shale gas development on avian populations Michela Burla
028 An Object-Based Image Analysis of Pipeline Wellhead Vegetation Michael Bowser
Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc.
029 Spatial patterns of vegetation composition across a gradient of human resource use intensity in semi-arid African savannas Kyle Woodward
030 Detect change-point, trend, and seasonality in satellite time series data to track abrupt changes and nonlinear dynamics Kaiguang Zhao
031 Time series analysis of the spread of invasive plant species in Mecklenburg County using multi-temporal high resolution images Dipanwita Dutta
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
032 Using the Harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 Product for Tracking Gypsy Moth Defoliation in New England Tyler Anderson
Clark University
033 Wadeable Stream Habitat Monitoring at Ocmulgee National Monument Christopher Cooper
University of Georgia
034 The performance of vegetation indices when applied to early Landsat data for irrigation system detection in Cambodia Corrine Coakley
Kent State Geography Dept.
035 Analysis of suspended particulate matter concentrations in Weeks Bay, Alabama using Landsat imagery Devon Flickinger
Mississippi State University
036 Synergistic use of optical and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) time series imagery for improved mapping of monsoon crops for small-scale farmers MOHAMMAD KHAN
University of Delaware
037 Identifying Dune Blowouts Through the Use of Remote Sensing Classification Lucas Chavez
Texas State University - San Marcos
038 Assessing the Accuracy of Remotely Sensed Sea Surface Temperature and Chlorophyll-a Concentrations in the South Pacific Ocean Olivia Cronin-Golomb
Boston University
039 Exploring coupled-human natural systems in coastal South Carolina: a land cover change analysis Jennifer Smith
Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
040 Remote Sensing and In Situ Monitoring of Water Quality in Kentucky Lake: Exploring the Long-Term Field Data Collection and the Contribution of Landsat Imagery Qiaofeng (Robin) Zhang
Murray State University
041 Estimates of Forest Canopy Height and Aboveground Biomass Using Airborne Lidar and Landsat-8 OLI in Mai Ndombe Province, Democratic Republic of Congo HERVE KASHONGWE
Graduate Teaching Assistant South Dakota State University
042 Kudzu Identification using multi-source remote sensing data Ming Shen
University of Tennessee
043 The Business Expansion of Northeast Brazil Endangers Nonhuman Primate Cultures Kathleen Stafford
Salisbury University - Salisbury, MD
044 Using SOM to identify total suspended matter patterns in Yellow River estuary with MODIS 250 m imagery Pu Huang
Texas A&M University
045 3D Printing: A physical approach to Geovisualization Brandon Rose
046 Mapping coastal wetlands in Indonesia using topographic indices and Landsat 8 imagery Jamieson Chaitman
047 Using Remote Sensing to Visualize the Effects of Wind Speed versus Storm Surge on Power Outages from Hurricanes Shelby Duncan
048 Mapping of seasonal sea ice in the west of the Antarctic Peninsula with Sentinel 1A images Ulisses Bremer
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
049 Anomalies in Gridded Population Datasets Related to Nighttime Lights Laura Krauser
050 Greenway Trail Viewshed Characteristics: Planning Applications Using GIS and Remote Sensing Aric Beehler
Missouri State University
051 Spatiotemporal Analysis of Supraglacial Streams on the Greenland Ice Sheet from 2009-2017 using Remote Sensing Natalie Nunez
Gamma Theta Upsilon - Cedar Falls, Iowa
052 Evaluating Changes in Agricultural Productivity for Central Kentucky using Landsat and sUAS derived Vegetation Indices: 1988 to 2018 Jeremy Sandifer
Kentucky State University
053 Land Change in the Piedmont Ecoregion Roger Auch
United States Geological Survey
054 Land Use/Land Cover Change in the Ostional Catchment in Rivas, Nicaragua between 2009 - 2017 Shannon Jones
University of Denver
055 Satellite Analysis of the 2018 Kerala Floods to Study Their Impact on People, Properties and the Environment Harman Singh
056 Flood Volume Estimation in the Kurigam region, Bangladesh using Remote Sensing Ziaul Hoque
Indiana State University
057 Performing LiDAR data point cloud reduction using hyperspectral imaging Clarice Norton
University of Texas at Austin
058 Random forest based land use/cover classification from Sentinel-2 imagery for an urban environment Yanyan Liu
University of West Florida
059 Improving forest water balance models by quantifying tree species differences in crown architecture and evapotranspiration Brittany Casey
West Virginia University
060 Mapping the dynamics of floating vegetation in Lake Kyoga and its linkage to satellite lakes Yaxiong Ma
Boston University
061 Using Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS modeling to Detect New Potential Sites for Geothermal Energy Along the Gulf of Suez Rift, Egypt. Amr Fahil
062 The effects of freeze-thaw processes on river bank erosion in the White Clay Creek watershed of Delaware and Pennsylvania. Troy Saltiel
University of Delaware
063 The location of the terminuses of the Franz Josef, Fox (New Zealand) and Langtang Lirung Glaciers (Nepal). Klaus Bayr
Keene State College
064 Building Capacity to Use NASA Earth Observations Lauren Childs-Gleason
NASA DEVELOP National Program
065 Advancing Hyperspectral Mapping of Biological Soil Crusts in Drylands Jessica Castro
066 A comparison of white spruce phenology detected from ground, satellite, and drone's eye view Clare Gaffey
PhD Student Clark University
067 Using in situ data to validate multi-scalar remote sensing approaches for monitoring harmful algal blooms Hunter Synan
University of North Carolina Wilmington

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