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ISPRS e-Bulletin: January 2013

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 4 - 2013



Jon Mills      

Whither the International Society?

by Jon Mills
ISPRS Treasurer

The 21st Century font of all knowledge, Wikipedia, defines a society as “an organization that exists to promote an academic discipline or profession, or a group of related disciplines or professions” (1). With this definition in mind, the ISPRS could be considered as a society that exists to promote international cooperation for the advancement of photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences. Turning back to Wikipedia, the ISPRS entry (2) claims that the Society does this by:

  • Stimulating the formation of national or regional Societies of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing;
  • Initiating and coordinating research in photogrammetry and remote sensing and spatial information sciences;
  • Holding international Symposia and Congresses at regular intervals;
  • Ensuring worldwide circulation of the records of discussion and the results of research by publication of the International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences;
  • Encouraging the publication and exchange of scientific papers and journals dealing with photogrammetry and remote sensing.

Taking these points in order, the demand for the formation of new national or regional societies in disciplines as mature as photogrammetry, remote sensing and the spatial information sciences is now rather limited. However, many national and regional bodies in our disciplines are considering merger with sister societies in order to ensure their longevity. ISPRS is equally available to support such amalgamations as it is to advise on the start-up of new national or regional learned societies. Can ISPRS assist its Ordinary Members in other ways?

In reality, ISPRS does not have a substantive enough budget to finance major research initiatives, but it does have a massive network of world class scientists and an established framework to facilitate their interaction and dissemination of outputs. Significant efforts are currently being devoted to encourage the Society’s Working Groups in each of the eight Commissions to focus more on the coordination of scientific endeavours such as benchmarking. Moreover, Council are investigating ways to help use the finite resource at its disposal to pump prime scientific initiatives, and has recently written in support of two major research proposals to the European Union. How can ISPRS help further stimulate funding for researchers in our disciplines?

One of the mainstays of the Society for generations has been its Symposia and Congress series. The current state of the global economy, however, meant that attendance at the most recent Congress in Melbourne was significantly down on previous events. As a result of feedback, the Society’s scientific meeting structure is currently undergoing a review and a new style of meeting will be trialled in Antalya, Turkey in November. Going forwards, how does ISPRS best ensure that its scientific meetings satisfy not only its presenting researchers, but also the needs of its exhibiting Sustaining Members?

Associated with the Symposia and Congress, the International Archives have a proud tradition stretching back to 1908. The growing demand for peer reviewed conference outputs, however, has stimulated the introduction of the International Annals to parallel the Archives, and Council is actively pursuing the indexing of both the Archives and the Annals in the most important bibliographic databases. Should all ISPRS meetings have mandatory full peer review in the future?

Finally, what is for many the Society’s flagship publication, the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, continues to flourish. However, with the rise of open access publication, the Society has recently taken its first steps into this territory with the introduction of the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. Should further open access journals of this nature be introduced by the Society?

From this sample of recent and on-going developments, and the questions posed, it is hopefully evident that ISPRS is evolving to meet what Council deems are the requirements of a 21st Century international society. But does IPSRS Council have it right? A society exists because of its members and for its members, and can only be deemed beneficial, therefore, if the members are deriving what they want from their society. A recent written communication from the ISPRS Secretary General’s office to all ISPRS members asking for their feedback on Society activity, however, solicited a nil response. This could mean any number of things from the optimistic “glass full” perspective that all members are extremely happy with the functioning of the Society to the pessimistic “glass empty” view that nobody cares, and the membership is disenfranchised. The reality, as with most aspects of life, is probably the “glass half-full” situation where people are moderately satisfied, at least to the point of not complaining but equally not singing the praise of the Society. The point is that without a two way dialogue it is difficult for Council to ensure the Society stays relevant to the needs of its members.


So, please tell us, what would you like your International Society to do for you?

Jon Mills
Newcastle upon Tyne
June 2013




ISPRS Midterm Sympoisa 2014





Cooperating Organization


Nov. 17-20

Denver, USA


ASPRS (Fall meeting)


Oct. 6-8

Toronto, Canada

Geospatial Theory, Processing, Modelling and Applications



Sept. 5-7

Zurich, Switzerland




May 14-16

Suzhou, China

Geospatial databases and location based services



June 23-25

Riva del Garda, Italy


Ital. Soc. Ph.


May 19-21

Wuhan, China

 Data, information, and knowledge sharing for geo-education



Sept. 29-Oct. 2

Istanbul, Turkey




Dec. 9-12

Hyderabad, India


INCA Nat. Conf.


Valid Booklet Launch


Successful Valid Biook launch at UN Headquarters in Vienna

On 3 September 2013, ICSU-GeoUnions, JBGIS and UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER presented a new report which shows the economic, humanitarian and organizational benefits of applying Geoinformation to disaster management. The report "The Value of Geo-Information for Disaster and Risk Management (VALID): Benefit Analysis and Stakeholder Assessment" was edited by headed Orhan Altan and a team of Editors (Robert Backhaus, Piero Boccardo, Fabio Giulio Tonolo, John Trinder, Niels van Manen, Sisi Zlatanova). The publication aims to raise awareness and to help set priorities in research and development.

The VALID report is a follow-up publication to the Joint Board of Geospatial Information Societies (JBGIS) and UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER published ‘Geoinformation for Disaster and Risk Management – Examples and Best Practices’, a compilation of case studies that provides information on what can be done with Geoinformation in support of disaster and risk management – methods, systems, applications, experiences. It analyses cases and offers an expert stakeholder assessment.

This was a big success Speakers at the presentation included Mazlan Othman, Director of UNOOSA, Orhan Altan , George Gartner (PR of ICA and representative of JBGIS), Alik Ismail-Zadeh (SG of IUGG and representative of ICSU GeoUnions) as well as Robert Backhaus and Luc St-Pierre of UN-SPIDER.

The publication can be downloaded freely by the (9MB) or
without login for the full 30 MB version

Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards


New book: Encyclopedia of Natural Hazards

by Peter Bobrowsky, Centre for Natural Hazards Research, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC, Canada (Ed.)

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TOF Range-Imaging Cameras


New book: TOF Range-Imaging Cameras

by Remondino, F., Stoppa, D. (Eds.), 2013
240 p., ISBN 978-3-642-27523-4

In recent years, a new generation of active cameras, based on the Time-of-Flight (ToF) principle, has been developed. The main advantage with respect to other 3D measurement techniques is the possibility to acquire data at video frame rates and to obtain 3D point clouds (even of movable objects) without scanning and from just one point of view. So TOF range-imaging (RIM) is an emerging sensor technology able to deliver, at the same time, depth and intensity maps of the scene under observation. Featuring different sensor resolutions, RIM cameras serve a wide community with a lot of applications like monitoring, architecture, life sciences, robotics, etc.
ToF cameras are usually characterized by low sensor resolution (a few tens of thousands of pixels), the measurement accuracy is in the order of some centimeters and, depending on the working principle, ranges up to 30 m or 1500 m can be measured in the case of phase shift measurement or direct time of flight measurement respectively. Despite the recent development of Kinect-like triangulation-based sensors, the field of real-time ToF camera-based techniques is very active and covers many areas of the Geomatics field. The book, divided in 10 chapters, contains sensor-based sections as well as applications.
The book will bring together experts from the sensor and metrology side in order to collect the state-of-art researchers in these fields working with RIM cameras. All the aspects in the acquisition and processing chain are addressed, from recent updates concerning the photo-detectors, to the analysis of the calibration techniques, giving also a perspective onto new applications domains.



The ISPRS Foundation Travel Grants to attend ISPRS Conference on Serving Society with Geoinformatics (SSG-2013)

The ISPRS Foundation will offer 2 travel grants for the amount of $US1300 each for qualified persons to participate in the ISPRS Conference 'Serving Society with Geoinformation SSG-2013' at Antalya, Turkey from November 11-17, 2013.

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Karl Kraus Textbook Medal


The ISPRS Karl Kraus Textbook Medal wins price at Numismatic Contest

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Chen Jun and Dieter Fritsch


ISPRS signs Memorandum of Understanding with EuroSDR

During the Photogrammetric Week 2013 in Stuttgart, ISPRS President Chen Jun and EuroSDR Vice President Dieter Fritsch signed a Memorandum of Understanding between the two organisations.

EuroSDR is a regional member of ISPRS and is active I applied research, mainly supporting National Mapping and Cadastre Agencies.

The MoU will deepen the cooperation between both parties in all aspects of photogrammetry, remotes sensing and spatial information science and will provide ample possibilities for mutual research and development.

(Figure: Chen Jun and Dieter Fritsch during the signature ceremony )


General Announcements

Jim Plasker


ASPRS Executive Director Jim Plasker retires after 16 years of service

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ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing      

New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 82 (August 2013)

Accurate 3D comparison of complex topography with terrestrial laser scanner: Application to the Rangitikei canyon (N-Z)
Dimitri Lague, Nicolas Brodu, Jérôme Leroux
Pages: 10-26

Non-linear partial least square regression increases the estimation accuracy of grass nitrogen and phosphorus using in situ hyperspectral and environmental data
A. Ramoelo, A.K. Skidmore, M.A. Cho, R. Mathieu, I.M.A. Heitkönig, N. Dudeni-Tlhone, M. Schlerf, H.H.T. Prins
Pages: 27-40

3-D voxel-based solid modeling of a broad-leaved tree for accurate volume estimation using portable scanning lidar
Fumiki Hosoi, Yohei Nakai, Kenji Omasa
Pages: 41-48

Glacier surface velocity estimation using repeat TerraSAR-X images: Wavelet- vs. correlation-based image matching
Adrian Schubert, Annina Faes, Andreas Kääb, Erich Meier
Pages: 49-62

Analysis of full-waveform LiDAR data for classification of an orange orchard scene
Karolina D. Fieber, Ian J. Davenport, James M. Ferryman, Robert J. Gurney, Jeffrey P. Walker, Jorg M. Hacker
Pages: 63-82

Evaluating the capabilities of Sentinel-2 for quantitative estimation of biophysical variables in vegetation
William James Frampton, Jadunandan Dash, Gary Watmough, Edward James Milton
Pages: 83-92

Partial iterates for symmetrizing non-parametric color correction
Bruno Vallet, Lâmân Lelégard
Pages: 93-101

Applications of ALOS PALSAR for monitoring biophysical parameters of a degraded black mangrove (Avicennia germinans) forest
J.M. Kovacs, X.X. Lu, F. Flores-Verdugo, C. Zhang, F. Flores de Santiago, X. Jiao
Pages: 102-111

Multi-feature based boresight self-calibration of a terrestrial mobile mapping system
Ting On Chan, Derek D. Lichti, Craig L. Glenni
Pages: 112-124

Advances in Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis with ontologies: A review of main contributions and limitations from a remote sensing perspective
Damien Arvor, Laurent Durieux, Samuel Andrés, Marie-Angélique Laporte
Pages: 125-137


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 83 (September 2013)

Error analysis of satellite attitude determination using a vision-based approach
Ludovico Carozza, Alessandro Bevilacqua
Pages: 19-29

A modified stochastic neighbor embedding for multi-feature dimension reduction of remote sensing images
Lefei Zhang, Liangpei Zhang, Dacheng Tao, Xin Huang
Pages: 30-39

Classifying a high resolution image of an urban area using super-object information
Brian Johnson, Zhixiao Xie
Pages: 40-49

Hyperspectral image noise reduction based on rank-1 tensor decomposition
Xian Guo, Xin Huang, Liangpei Zhang, Lefei Zhang
Pages: 50-63

Clustering based on eigenspace transformation – CBEST for efficient classification
Yanlei Chen, Peng Gong
Pages: 64-80

Backscattering of individual LiDAR pulses from forest canopies explained by photogrammetrically derived vegetation structure
Ilkka Korpela, Aarne Hovi, Lauri Korhonen
Pages: 81-93

Estimation of soil moisture using optical/thermal infrared remote sensing in the Canadian Prairies
Parinaz Rahimzadeh-Bajgiran, Aaron A. Berg, Catherine Champagne, Kenji Omasa
Pages: 94-103

Performance of dense digital surface models based on image matching in the estimation of plot-level forest variables
Kimmo Nurminen, Mika Karjalainen, Xiaowei Yu, Juha Hyyppä, Eija Honkavaara
Pages: 104-115

A protocol for improving mapping and assessing of seagrass abundance along the West Central Coast of Florida using Landsat TM and EO-1 ALI/Hyperion images
Ruiliang Pu, Susan Bell
Pages: 116-129

Automated detection of slum area change in Hyderabad, India using multitemporal satellite imagery
Oleksandr Kit, Matthias Lüdeke
Pages: 130-137

Theme section “Towards Intelligent Geoprocessing on the Web”
Songnian Li, Suzana Dragicevic, Bert Veenendaal, Maria Antonia Brovell
Pages: 138-139

Temporal logic and operation relations based knowledge representation for land cover change web services
Jun Chen, Hao Wu, Songnian Li, Anping Liao, Chaoying He, Shu Peng
Pages: 140-150

Intelligent services for discovery of complex geospatial features from remote sensing imagery
Peng Yue, Liping Di, Yaxing Wei, Weiguo Han
Pages: 151-164

Adaptive geo-information processing service evolution: Reuse and local modification method
Haifeng Li, Bo Wu
Pages: 165-183

Semantic orchestration of image processing services for environmental analysis
Élisabeth Ranisavljević, Florent Devin, Dominique Laffly, Yannick Le Nir
Pages: 184-192

Moving code – Sharing geoprocessing logic on the Web
Matthias Müller, Lars Bernard, Daniel Kadner
Pages: 193-203


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 84 (October 2013)

Uncertainty analysis of remote sensing of colored dissolved organic matter: Evaluations and comparisons for three rivers in North America
Weining Zhu, Qian Yu, Yong Q. Tian
Pages: 12-22

Urban accessibility diagnosis from mobile laser scanning data
Andrés Serna, Beatriz Marcotegui
Pages: 23-32

Methods for FMCW radar map georeferencing
Marion Jaud, Raphaël Rouveure, Patrice Faure, Marie-Odile Monod
Pages: 33-42

Direct georeferencing of airborne LiDAR data in national coordinates
Yongjun Zhang, Xiang Shen
Pages: 43-51

Tracking of facial deformations in multi-image sequences with elimination of rigid motion of the head
Olli Jokinen
Pages: 52-68

3D range scan enhancement using image-based methods
Steffen Herbort, Britta Gerken, Daniel Schugk, Christian Wöhler
Pages: 69-84

A comprehensive review of earthquake-induced building damage detection with remote sensing techniques
Laigen Dong, Jie Shan
Pages: 85-99

Geometric structure simplification of 3D building models
Qingquan Li, Xuan Sun, Bisheng Yang, Shaobo Jiang
Pages: 100-113

A data mining approach for evaluation of optimal time-series of MODIS data for land cover mapping at a regional level
Fuqun Zhou, Aining Zhang, Lawrence Townley-Smith
Pages: 114-129



ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal

ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal      

New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal (June - September 2013)

Genetic Optimization for Associative Semantic Ranking Models of Satellite Images by Land Cover
Barb, Adrian, Kilicay-Ergin, Nil
Pages: 531-552

Multi-Source Data Processing Middleware for Land Monitoring within a Web-Based Spatial Data Infrastructure for Siberia
Eberle, Jonas, Clausnitzer, Siegfried, Hüttich, Christian, Schmullius, Christiane
Pages: 553-576

Evaluation of Model Validation Techniques in Land Cover Dynamics
Ahmed, Bayes, Ahmed, Raquib, Zhu, Xuan
Pages: 577-597

Indoor Positioning for Smartphones Using Asynchronous Ultrasound Trilateration
Filonenko, Viacheslav, Cullen, Charlie, Carswell, James D.
Pages: 598-620

Conflation Optimized by Least Squares to Maintain Geographic Shapes
Touya, Guillaume, Coupé, Adeline, Jollec, Jérémie Le, Dorie, Olivier, Fuchs, Frank
Pages: 621-644

Spatially-Explicit Simulation Modeling of Ecological Response to Climate Change: Methodological Considerations in Predicting Shifting Population Dynamics of Infectious Disease Vectors
Dhingra, Radhika, Jimenez, Violeta, Chang, Howard H., Gambhir, Manoj, Fu, Joshua S., Liu, Yang, Remais, Justin V.
Pages: 645-664

Dynamics of Sheep Production in Brazil
Hermuche, Potira Meirelles, Maranhão, Rebecca Lima Albuquerque, Guimarães, Renato Fontes, de Carvalho, Osmar Abílio, Gomes, Roberto Arnaldo Trancoso, Paiva, Samuel Rezende, McManus, Concepta
Pages: 665-679

Alpine Glaciology: An Historical Collaboration between Volunteers and Scientists and the Challenge Presented by an Integrated Approach
Criscuolo, Laura, Pepe, Monica, Seppi, Roberto, Bordogna, Gloria, Carrara, Paola, Zucca, Francesco
Pages: 680-703

Towards an Authoritative OpenStreetMap: Conflating OSM and OS OpenData National Maps’ Road Network
Pourabdollah, Amir, Morley, Jeremy, Feldman, Steven, Jackson, Mike
Pages: 704-728

HCTNav: A Path Planning Algorithm for Low-Cost Autonomous Robot Navigation in Indoor Environments
Pala, Marco, Eraghi, Nafiseh Osati, López-Colino, Fernando, Sanchez, Alberto, de Castro, Angel, Garrido, Javier
Pages: 729-748

Geospatial Cyberinfrastructure and Geoprocessing Web—A Review of Commonalities and Differences of E-Science Approaches
Hofer, Barbara
Pages: 749-765

Semantic Interoperability of Sensor Data with Volunteered Geographic Information: A Unified Model
Bakillah, Mohamed, Liang, Steve H.L., Zipf, Alexander, Arsanjani, Jamal Jokar
Pages: 766-796

A Comparison of Precise Leveling and Persistent Scatterer SAR Interferometry for Building Subsidence Rate Measurement
Karila, Kirsi, Karjalainen, Mika, Hyyppä, Juha, Koskinen, Jarkko, Saaranen, Veikko, Rouhiainen, Paavo
Pages: 797-816

Visual Analysis for Nowcasting of Multidimensional Lightning Data
Peters, Stefan, Meng, Liqiu
Pages: 817-836

Spatio-Temporal Data Construction
Le, Hai Ha
Pages: 837-853

An Improved Neural Network Training Algorithm for Wi-Fi Fingerprinting Positioning
Mok, Esmond, Cheung, Bernard K.S.
Pages: 854-868

A Suite of Tools for ROC Analysis of Spatial Models
Mas, Jean-François, Soares Filho, Britaldo, Pontius, Robert Gilmore, Farfán Gutiérrez, Michelle, Rodrigues, Hermann
Pages: 869-887



New Events

21-26 Jul 2013
IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium
"Building a Sustainable Earth through Remote Sensing"
Melbourne, AUSTRALIA
23-25 Sep 2013
Training Opportunity
Photogrammetric Processing of Planetary Stereo Imagery using ISIS and SOCET SET®
11-12 Oct 2013
WG IV/8 Meeting
Advances and Activities in Planetary Mapping and Databases
Moscow, Russia
half day during 20-24 Oct 2013
Joint Workshop with ISPRS WG VII/1 and ACRS
Bali, Indonesia
29 Oct - 2 Nov 2013
10th ISPRS Student Consortium & WG VI/5 Summer School
Geospatial Science for Monitoring of Environment for Sustainable Development
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
13-16 Nov 2013
International Conference Spatial Data Infrastructures and Spatial Information Management 2013
Skopje, FYRoM
21-22 Nov 2013 (tentative)
Joint International Workshop of ISPRS WG VIII/1 and WG IV/4 on
Geospatioal Data for Disaster and Risk Reduction
not yet available
Hyderabad, India
9-10 Dec 2013
International Expert Group Meet on Multi Scale Forest Biomass Assessment and
Monitoring of Hindu Kush-Himalayan Ecosystem using Geospatial Systems
Kathmandu, Nepal
9-11 Dec 2013
24th Annual Meeting of GRSG
Geological Remote Sensing Group
Status and Developments in Geological Remote Sensing
11-13 Dec 2013
WGs IV/7, IV/6, I/2, II/2, ICWG II/IV
3D Indoor Modelling and Navigation
Acquisition and Modelling of Indoor and Enclosed Environments
Cape Town 2013
Cape Town, South Africa
16-17 Dec 2013
Annual Challenger Society and RSPSoc - Marine Optics Special Interest Group Meeting
A Kaleidoscope of Colour: From the Turbid to the Oligotrophic.
Plymouth, UK
27-29 Jan 2014
GIS Ostrava 2014
Geoinformatics for Intelligent Transportation
14-17 Apr 2014
SPIE Photonics Europe 2014 with SPIE Photonics Europe Exhibition 2014 (15-16 Apr 2014)
Brussels, BELGIUM
5-9 May 2014
SPIE DSS 2014 with SPIE DSS Expo (6-8 May 2014)
Baltimore, Maryland, USA
14-16 May 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission IV Symposium
Geo-spatial Databases and Location Based Services
Suzhou, CHINA
19-21 May 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission VI Symposium
Data, Information, and Knowledge Sharing for Geo-Education
Wuhan, CHINA
22-28 May 2014
2014 GeoInformatics Summer Camp and 11th ISPRS SC and WG VI/5 Summer School
Wuhan, CHINA
16-21 June 2014
XXV FIG International Congress
Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
23-25 Jun 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission V Symposium
5-7 Sep 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission III Symposium
29 Sep - 2 Oct 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission VII Symposium
website not yet ready
Istanbul, TURKEY
17-20 Nov 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission I Symposium
website not yet ready
Denver, USA
9-12 Dec 2014
ISPRS Technical Commission VIII Symposium
website not yet ready
Hyderabad, INDIA

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Updated Events

18-22 Nov 2013
Pacific Islands GIS&RS User Conference
Connecting the Pacific with Maps
18th is reserved for workshops
20-21 Dec 2013
Innovative Learning Tools 2013
With specific emphasis on Strategies for Earth Resources Management
Ahmedabad, India
6-8 Oct 2014
Joint International Conference on Geospatial Theory, Processing, Modeling and Applications
ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium
16th IGU Spatial Data Handling Symposium
Toronto, CANADA

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New Publications in the ISPRS Archives & Annals

Archives - 2013, VII/6, 3rd ISPRS IWIDF 2013, 20-22 Aug, Antu, Julin Province, PR China
Archives - 2013, TC V, XXIV International CIPA Symposium, 2-6 Sep, Strasbourg, France
Archives - 2013, UAV-g 2013 4-6 Sep, Rostock, Germany
Annals - 2013, TC V, XXIV International CIPA Symposium, 2–6 Sep, Strasbourg, France

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Job Opportunities

16-Sep-2013 Tenure-track or Project Assistant/Associate/Full Professor in Remote Sensing and Geomatics/Geoinformatics, Center for Space and Remote Sensing Research, National Central University, Taiwan
23-Jul-2013 Several open positions at Wuhan University Collaborative Innovation Center for Geospatial Information Science, Wuhan, China

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