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ISPRS e-Bulletin: January 2013

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 3 - 2014



Marguerite Madden      

Seeking a Co-Editor-in-Chief for the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

by Marguerite Madden
ISPRS 2nd Vice President

The flagship journal of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS), the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (P&RS) seeks a second Editor-in-Chief, responsible for optical remote sensing. Published by Elsevier B.V., the journal is one of the top ranked in remote sensing (impact factor 3.313 and 5-year impact factor 4.026). Due to splendid development over the past few years, a second Editor-in Chief is needed to work along with Editor-in-Chief Derek Lichti, University of Calgary, to further the journal’s aim to be a channel of communication for scientists and professionals in all countries working in the many disciplines of photogrammetry, remote sensing, computer vision and other related fields. The scope of the journal is extensive and covers sensors, theory and algorithms, systems, experiments, developments and applications. A list of topic areas can be found at:


  • Manage the editorial process for papers submitted to the Journal in the area of optical remote sensing.
  • Ensure high quality scientific content for the Journal, taking into account the Aims and Scope and the Elsevier's editorial policies.
  • Work closely with the Associate Editors and Guest Editors who will report to the successful candidate.
  • Work closely with the incumbent Editor in Chief on matters of the Journal's strategic direction and manuscript decisions (general philosophy, editorial speed, ethics and difficult cases).

Experience and required qualities:

  • The successful candidate should have a demonstrated track record of publishing high-quality papers in peer-reviewed journals.
  • The successful candidate should have editorial experience.
  • This position demands a great deal of time, so the successful candidate must not only possess strong time management skills, but must also have the capacity to devote the necessary time to the job.
  • Strong written English communication skills.

Candidates with demonstrated commitment to P&RS (as an author, reviewer, Associate Editor or Guest Editor) are highly encouraged to apply. Interested individuals should submit a cover letter with statement of previous experience and vision for the journal and CV to Christian Heipke, ISPRS Secretary General by September 15, 2014 (

Marguerite Madden
ISPRS 2nd Vice President


The ISPRS Foundation

The ISPRS Foundation


TIF Travel Grant Reports

ISPRS Technical Commission V Symposium   Close-range imaging, ranging and applications
23–25 June
Riva del Garda, Italy
Report 1 by Ana Djuricic
Report 2 by Georgia Stavropoulou


Society News



Revising the Commission Structure of the Society

In the last ISPRS eBulletin Council reported on its activities with respect to revising the Commission structure of the society - see As mentioned in that editorial, ISPRS has initiated a blog to solicit comments about the ideas expressed in the revision document. This blog can be reached at and is still open for contributions.

New Manual of Interferometry


New Manual of Interferometry Available on ISPRS Web Page

Igor Musihin from the SSGA - the Siberian State Academy of Geodesy in Novosibirsk, has provided a new introductory text on interferometry to be freely distributed on the ISPRS web page, see

Igor can be contacted at and is available for questions and advice.

Dr. Uuno V. Helava


ISPRS Congratulates MIGAiK on its 235th Birthday

In May 2014, MIGAiK, the Moscow State University of Geodesy and Cartography, founded by Catherine the Great in 1779, celebrated its 235th birthday. Ammatzia Peled, former 2nd Vice President of ISPRS, represented the society at the Ceremonial Opening of the 2-day symposium, which was organised on May 28 and 29, 2014 at this occasion.

The very successful 3S – Summer Student Seminar that is run by ISPRS WG VI/4 and three universities from Russia and China (MIGAiK, SSGA, and University of Wuhan) was mentioned when calling Ammatzia to address the audience. ISPRS and the 3S were discussed also with the MIIGAiK president at his office at a special meeting with old friends just prior to the evening gala.

ISPRS Congratulates MIGAiK on its 235th Birthday

left to right: Prof. Vladimir A. Seredovich, Vice-Rector SSGA-Novosibirsk, Prof. Victor P. Savinykh, President MIIGAiK-Moscow, Prof. Ammatzia Peled, former 2nd Vice President and Secretary ISPRS WG VI/4, Prof. Ivan V. Lesnykh, President SSGA-Novosibirsk


Society News

Carolyn Merry      

In Memoriam Carolyn Merry

ISPRS has recently been informed of the death of Carolyn Merry, retired professor of The Ohio State University, Columbus and former president of ASPRS. Carolyn was killed in a car accident on June 3, 2014.

Carolyn was well known in ISPRS circles as a firm and constant source of support of international affairs and ideas. We are very sad to lose a great supporter and a very good friend - we send our condolences to her family, friends, and colleagues.

Quick Links

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•   Student Consortium

General Announcements

Report on Science-driven Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction      

Report on Science-driven Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
by by Alik Ismail-Zadeh (IUGG Sec. Gen.) and Orhan Altan (ISPRS 1st Vice Pres.)


former ISPRS President Shunji Murai      

Impact of Wastewater from Fukushima Nuclear Power Station
a report by former ISPRS President Shunji Murai


ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information      

Special Issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Remote Sensing and Geospatial Technologies in Public Health
Extended deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 July 2014

Guest Editor
Prof. Dr. Fazlay S. Faruque
Director of GIS and Remote Sensing, Professor of Clinical Health Sciences GIS & Remote Sensing Program The University of Mississippi Medical Center
» Find here more information


ENSG, National School of Geographic Sciences (

in Marne la Vallée (close to Paris), France, offers
French M.Sc. in Photogrammetry, Positioning and Deformation Measurements (PPMD)
See also the Flyer


Announcements of Scientific Meetings                (see also ISPRS Calendar)

XXIII ISPRS Congress in Prague 2016      

The Congress Director's Column

ISPRS is an old lady – born as the International Society for Photogrammetry in Vienna in 1910. Thanks to an important development of a new science – remote sensing, the Society recognized remote sensing to become another important theme for Society members and changed its name in 1980 to its present name.

Later on, a closer connection between photogrammetry and remote sensing on one side and geospatial sciences on the other resulted in the inclusion of  geospatial science topics into the society and the establishment of two ISPRS Technical Commissions focused on spatial sciences and data.

Currently, ISPRS is organized in 8 Technical Commissions. Each commission has 6 to 10 working groups which are the basic bodies of the Society’s development. The working groups carry out benchmark tests, publish special issues on topics within their interest and organize workshops in the period between two congresses. Each technical commission presents the results of their work during a so called Midterm symposia – two years after the last ISPRS Congress.

The Society was founded at the Technical University in Vienna and was always significantly supported by the academia world. Also, education and capacity building always formed an important role in ISPRS activities. TC VI is focused on this topic.
The ISPRS Congress is a special scientific meeting bringing together all members only once in four years. The General Assembly of the XII ISPRS Congress in Melbourne in 2012 elected the Czech Republic to host the next ISPRS Congress. The Congress is a big event with several thousand participants from the entire world.

The scientific goals of the Congress have been discussed from the very beginning during Council meetings. Council and Technical Commission Presidents approved a procedure of reviewing abstracts for papers which will be placed in the ISPRS Archives (proceedings) and a procedure of double blind review of full papers which will form the proceedings called Annals. The second phase, which is now under preparation is to define a structure for the scientific program. The final structure will be publicized in the second call which is planned to be issued in January 2015. The program will consist of plenary sessions, technical sessions of individual working groups, thematic sessions with bridging themes, and special sessions led by important players of the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial sciences world. Special attention will be dedicated to a Forum of National Mapping Agencies.

Vrtbovská Garden - View to the St. Nicholaus Church & St. Vitus´s Cathedral

The educational goal will be fulfilled by the ISPRS Summer School which will precede the Congress by one week. It will be organized in cooperation with ISPRS Student Consortium.

The technical goals of the Congress will be twofold – technical exhibition and technical tours. The Congress organizers have already prepared the manual for interested exhibitors, available at Technical tours will be offered, for example an excursion to Riegl Laser Measurement Systems GmbH, Vexcel Imaging GmbH, and to the leading national metrology institute, the Metrology Service BEV-Eichwesen in Vienna. Germany is ready to welcome participants to DLR (German Aerospace Centre) located in Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich. The Czech Republic will invite interested participants to the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre, the Czech mapping Agency, to present the Register of land identifications, addresses and real estate, cadastre system, etc.

The social program has various components. The organizers are preparing culture programs and social programs for all evenings. A welcome drink after the Opening Ceremony will be the first one. Participants are invited to a concert, theatre and a boat trip. Accompanying persons can choose from short and long excursions in and outside of Prague. There is a long list of pre- and post-congress tours already prepared.

The venue of the Congress, Prague Congress Centre is situated two metro stops from the Prague centre – Václavské náměstí (Wenceslaus Square) offering not only comfortable transport connections, but also accommodation close to the centre of the city.

The Congress motto From human history to the future with spatial information should evoke respect to the achievements of our predecessors who invented maps, geometry, topology, photographs, etc. Our goal – from my point of view – is to continue in the development to help humankind in their personal life, in their „working days“, to secure them from disasters, to inform them about the actual state of floods, forest health state, e.g. This short list represents effort of thousands of people to create 3D models of objects, to classify and show individual states of the Earth surface, and to record these data efficiently and in a user friendly way for human society.

It is the proper time to think about participation in the Congress and preparation of a paper as the due dates are 30 November (Annals) and 13 December 2015 (Archives).

Lena Halounová, Congress Director,

ISPRS Commission VIII Symposium in Hyderabad      

ISPRS Commission VIII Symposium in Hyderabad, India
Dec. 9-12, 2014

The ISPRS Com. VIII Midterm Symposium will be held in Hyderabad, India this December. The deadline for submission of full papers and abstracts is August 15, 2014.

Information of the Symposium can be found at,
the symposium flyer is available at

New Orleans, USA      

ISPRS WG VIII/2 "Health"

is co-organizing a session at the Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association (APHA) in November 15-19, 2014, New Orleans, USA, see This year's theme of APHA meeting is Healthography: How where you live affects your health and well-being.

During the meeting ISPRS WG VIII/2 "Health" is co-organizing a session "International Innovations in Geoscience & Healthography", the programme of the meeting can be found at

ISRSE, Berlin      

ISRSE, Berlin

The Symposium is entitled "Observing the Earth, Monitoring the Change, Sharing the Knowledge".
ISRSE and ISPRS are connected via the ICOSRSE Committee of ISPRS, see Meeting proceedings of the ISRSE Symposium will appear in the ISPRS Annals and Archives series.

36th ISRSE Abstract Submission Now Starting

The Abstract Submission System for the 36th ISRSE is now ready and open. You are cordially invited to submit your abstract here. Please note: The deadline for submission is 30 September 2014. All relevant information can be found here and in the Call For Papers.



Event Reports

Report, ISPRS Commission VI Midterm Symposium      

Report, ISPRS Commission VI Midterm Symposium
Data, Information, and Knowledge Sharing for Geo-Education
Wuhan, China
May 9-21, 2014

» Report

Report, ISPRS Commission VI Midterm Symposium      

Report, 11th ISPRS Summer School
5th ISPRS 3S–Summer Students Seminar and GeoInformatics Summer Camp
Wuhan, China
May 19-28, 2014

» Report

Report, ISPRS Commission VI Midterm Symposium      

Report, EARSeL & ISPRS Young Scientist Days 2014
University of Warsaw, Poland
June 15-20, 2014

» Report


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 92 (June 2014)

Sub-pixel mapping of remote sensing images based on radial basis function interpolation
Qunming Wang, Wenzhong Shi, Peter M. Atkinson
Pages: 1-15

A first in-flight absolute calibration of the Chilean Earth Observation Satellite
C. Mattar, J. Hernández, A. Santamaría-Artigas, C. Durán-Alarcón, L. Olivera-Guerra, M. Inzunza, D. Tapia, E. Escobar-lavín
Pages: 16-25

Remote sensing of alpine lake water environment changes on the Tibetan Plateau and surroundings: A review
Chunqiao Song, Bo Huang, Linghong Ke, Keith S. Richards
Pages: 26-37

Discovering repetitive patterns in facade images using a RANSAC-style algorithm
Kumpee Teeravech, Masahiko Nagai, Kiyoshi Honda, Matthew Dailey
Pages: 38-53

Cloud removal for remotely sensed images by similar pixel replacement guided with a spatio-temporal MRF model
Qing Cheng, Huanfeng Shen, Liangpei Zhang, Qiangqiang Yuan, Chao Zeng
Pages: 54-68

Tomographic airborne ground penetrating radar imaging: Achievable spatial resolution and on-field assessment
Ilaria Catapano, Lorenzo Crocco, Yvonne Krellmann, Gunnar Triltzsch, Francesco Soldovieri
Pages: 69-78

Unmanned aerial systems for photogrammetry and remote sensing: A review
I. Colomina, P. Molina
Pages: 79-97

An adaptive surface filter for airborne laser scanning point clouds by means of regularization and bending energy
Han Hu, Yulin Ding, Qing Zhu, Bo Wu, Hui Lin, Zhiqiang Du, Yeting Zhang, Yunsheng Zhang
Pages: 98-111

Optimising three-band spectral indices to assess aerial N concentration, N uptake and aboveground biomass of winter wheat remotely in China and Germany
Fei Li, Bodo Mistele, Yuncai Hu, Xinping Chen, Urs Schmidhalter
Pages: 112-123

Publisher’s Note

Pages: 124-136

Characterization of aboveground biomass in an unmanaged boreal forest using Landsat temporal segmentation metrics
Ryan J. Frazier, Nicholas C. Coops, Michael A. Wulder, Robert Kennedy
Pages: 137-146

Data matching of building polygons at multiple map scales improved by contextual information and relaxation
Xiang Zhang, Tinghua Ai, Jantien Stoter, Xi Zhao
Pages: 147-163


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 93 (July 2014)

A three-band semi-analytical model for deriving total suspended sediment concentration from HJ-1A/CCD data in turbid coastal waters
Jun Chen, Tingwei Cui, Zhongfeng Qiu, Changsong Lin
Pages: 1-13

Historical forest biomass dynamics modelled with Landsat spectral trajectories
Cristina Gómez, Joanne C. White, Michael A. Wulder, Pablo Alejandro
Pages: 14-28

Assessment of NIR-red algorithms for observation of chlorophyll-a in highly turbid inland waters in China
Changchun Huang, Jun Zou, Yunmei Li, Hao Yang, Kun Shi, Junsheng Li, Yanhua Wang, Xia Chena, Fa Zheng
Pages: 29-39

A review of ground-based SAR interferometry for deformation measurement
O. Monserrat, M. Crosetto, G. Luzi
Pages: 40-48

Land cover classification of finer resolution remote sensing data integrating temporal features from time series coarser resolution data
Kun Jia, Shunlin Liang, Ning Zhang, Xiangqin Wei, Xingfa Gu, Xiang Zhao, Yunjun Yao, Xianhong Xie
Pages: 49-55

Retrieval of leaf water content spanning the visible to thermal infrared spectra
Saleem Ullah, Andrew K. Skidmore, Abel Ramoelo, Thomas A. Groen, Mohammad Naeem, Asad Ali
Pages: 56-64

Calibration of area based diameter distribution with individual tree based diameter estimates using airborne laser scanning
Qing Xu, Zhengyang Hou, Matti Maltamo, Timo Tokola
Pages: 65-75

A spatial–temporal Hopfield neural network approach for super-resolution land cover mapping with multi-temporal different resolution remotely sensed images
Xiaodong Li, Feng Ling, Yun Du, Qi Feng, Yihang Zhang
Pages: 76-87

Integration of intensity textures and local geometry descriptors from Terrestrial Laser Scanning to map chert in outcrops
Luca Penasa, Marco Franceschi, Nereo Preto, Giordano Teza, Vanessa Polito
Pages: 88-97

Detection of early plant stress responses in hyperspectral images
Jan Behmann, Jörg Steinrücken, Lutz Plümer
Pages: 98-111

Novel Folded-PCA for improved feature extraction and data reduction with hyperspectral imaging and SAR in remote sensing
Jaime Zabalza, Jinchang Ren, Mingqiang Yang, Yi Zhang, Jun Wang, Stephen Marshall, Junwei Han
Pages: 112-122

SAR change detection based on intensity and texture changes
Maoguo Gong, Yu Li, Licheng Jiao, Meng Jia, Linzhi Su
Pages: 123-135

Discontinuous GBSAR deformation monitoring
Michele Crosetto, Oriol Monserrat, Guido Luzi, María Cuevas-González, Núria Devanthéry
Pages: 136-141

Theme section “Urban object detection and 3D building reconstruction”
Franz Rottensteiner, Gunho Sohn, Markus Gerke, Jan Dirk Wegne
Pages: 143-144

Ground and building extraction from LiDAR data based on differential morphological profiles and locally fitted surfaces
Domen Mongus, Niko Lukač, Borut Žalik
Pages: 145-156

Context-based automatic reconstruction and texturing of 3D urban terrain for quick-response tasks
Dimitri Bulatov, Gisela Häufel, Jochen Meidow, Melanie Pohl, Peter Solbrig, Peter Wernerus
Pages: 157-170

Automatic representation and reconstruction of DBM from LiDAR data using Recursive Minimum Bounding Rectangle
Eunju Kwak, Ayman Habib
Pages: 171-191

An adaptive approach for the segmentation and extraction of planar and linear/cylindrical features from laser scanning data
Zahra Lari, Ayman Habib
Pages: 192-212

Cycle graph analysis for 3D roof structure modelling: Concepts and performance
Gamage Sanka Nirodha Perera, Hans-Gerd Maas
Pages: 213-226

A graph edit dictionary for correcting errors in roof topology graphs reconstructed from point clouds
B. Xiong, S. Oude Elberink, G. Vosselman
Pages: 227-242

Detection, segmentation and classification of 3D urban objects using mathematical morphology and supervised learning
Andrés Serna, Beatriz Marcotegui
Pages: 243-255

Results of the ISPRS benchmark on urban object detection and 3D building reconstruction
Franz Rottensteiner, Gunho Sohn, Markus Gerke, Jan Dirk Wegner, Uwe Breitkopf, Jaewook Jung
Pages: 256-271


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 94 (August 2014)

A bottom-up approach to segment individual deciduous trees using leaf-off lidar point cloud data
Xingcheng Lu, Qinghua Guo, Wenkai Li, Jacob Flanagan
Pages: 1-12

A multi-band approach to unsupervised scale parameter selection for multi-scale image segmentation
Jian Yang, Peijun Li, Yuhong He
Pages: 13-24

Column-generation kernel nonlocal joint collaborative representation for hyperspectral image classification
Jiayi Li, Hongyan Zhang, Liangpei Zhang
Pages: 25-36

Recovery of elevation from estimated gradient fields constrained by digital elevation maps of lower lateral resolution
Arne Grumpe, Christian Wöhler
Pages: 37-54

Effect of field plot location on estimating tropical forest above-ground biomass in Nepal using airborne laser scanning data
Parvez Rana, Lauri Korhonen, Basanta Gautam, Timo Tokola
Pages: 55-62

A dual quaternion-based, closed-form pairwise registration algorithm for point clouds
Yongbo Wang, Yunjia Wang, Kan Wu, Huachao Yang, Hua Zhang
Pages: 63-69

Eigen-feature analysis of weighted covariance matrices for LiDAR point cloud classification
Chao-Hung Lin, Jyun-Yuan Chen, Po-Lin Su, Chung-Hao Chen
Pages: 70-79

Soil respiration mapped by exclusively use of MODIS data for forest landscapes of Saskatchewan, Canada
Chaoyang Wu, David Gaumont-Guay, T. Andrew Black, Rachhpal S. Jassal, Shiguang Xu, Jing M. Chen, Alemu Gonsamo
Pages: 80-90

Robust river boundaries extraction of dammed lakes in mountain areas after Wenchuan Earthquake from high resolution SAR images combining local connectivity and ACM
Ning Li, Robert Wang, Yabo Liu, Kangning Du, Jiaqi Chen, Yunkai Deng
Pages: 91-101

Improved maize cultivated area estimation over a large scale combining MODIS–EVI time series data and crop phenological information
Jiahua Zhang, Lili Feng, Fengmei Yao
Pages: 102-113

Topographic and spectral data resolve land cover misclassification to distinguish and monitor wetlands in western Uganda
Aerin L. Jacob, Tyler R. Bonnell, Nicholas Dowhaniuk, Joel Hartter
Pages: 114-126

Determination of the crop row orientations from Formosat-2 multi-temporal and panchromatic images
Claire Marais Sicre, Frédéric Baup, Rémy Fieuzal
Pages: 127-142

A new metric for measuring structure-preserving capability of despeckling of SAR images
Xuezhi Yang, Kewei Wu, Yiming Tang
Pages: 143-159

Retrieval of land surface temperature from the Kalpana-1 VHRR data using a single-channel algorithm and its validation over western India
Mehul R. Pandya, Dhiraj B. Shah, Himanshu J. Trivedi, Nikunj P. Darji, R. Ramakrishnan, Sushma Panigrahy, Jai Singh Parihar, A.S. Kirankumar
Pages: 160-168

Coupling high-resolution satellite imagery with ALS-based canopy height model and digital elevation model in object-based boreal forest habitat type classification
Aleksi Räsänen, Markku Kuitunen, Erkki Tomppo, Anssi Lensu
Pages: 169-182

A global optimization approach to roof segmentation from airborne lidar point clouds
Jixing Yan, Jie Shan, Wanshou Jiang
Pages: 183-193

Derivation of an urban materials spectral library through emittance and reflectance spectroscopy
Simone Kotthaus, Thomas E.L. Smith, Martin J. Wooster, C.S.B. Grimmond
Pages: 194-212



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 2014)

A Flexible Spatial Framework for Modeling Spread of Pathogens in Animals with Biosurveillance and Disease Control Applications
LaBute, Montiago X., McMahon, Benjamin H., Brown, Mac, Manore, Carrie, Fair, Jeanne M.
Pages: 638-661

GIS-Based Planning and Modeling for Renewable Energy: Challenges and Future Research Avenues
Resch, Bernd, Sagl, Günther, Törnros, Tobias, Bachmaier, Andreas, Eggers, Jan-Bleicke, Herkel, Sebastian, Narmsara, Sattaya, Gündra, Hartmut
Pages: 662-692

Nexus of Health and Development: Modelling Crude Birth Rate and Maternal Mortality Ratio Using Nighttime Satellite Images
Roychowdhury, Koel, Jones, Simon
Pages: 693-712

Canadian Forest Fires and the Effects of Long-Range Transboundary Air Pollution on Hospitalizations among the Elderly
Le, George E., Breysse, Patrick N., McDermott, Aidan, Eftim, Sorina E., Geyh, Alison, Berman, Jesse D., Curriero, Frank C.
Pages: 713-731

Correlating Remote Sensing Data with the Abundance of Pupae of the Dengue Virus Mosquito Vector, Aedes aegypti, in Central Mexico
Moreno-Madriñán, Max J., Crosson, William L., Eisen, Lars, Estes, Sue M., Estes Jr., Maurice G., Hayden, Mary, Hemmings, Sarah N., Irwin, Dan E., Lozano-Fuentes, Saul, Monaghan, Andrew J., Quattrochi, Dale, Welsh-Rodriguez, Carlos M., Zielinski-Gutierrez, Emily
Pages: 732-749

A Quality Study of the OpenStreetMap Dataset for Tehran
Forghani, Mohammad, Delavar, Mahmoud Reza
Pages: 750-763

Modeling Properties of Influenza-Like Illness Peak Events with Crossing Theory
Wang, Ying, Waylen, Peter R., Mao, Liang
Pages: 764-780

A Geographical-Based Multi-Criteria Approach for Marine Energy Farm Planning
Maslov, Nicolas, Brosset, David, Claramunt, Christophe, Charpentier, Jean-Frédéric
Pages: 781-799

Development of a GIS-Based Tool for Aquaculture Siting
Puniwai, Noelani, Canale, Lisa, Haws, Maria, Potemra, James, Lepczyk, Christopher, Gray, Steven
Pages: 800-816

The Sequential Generation of Gaussian Random Fields for Applications in the Geospatial Sciences
Dolloff, John, Doucette, Peter
Pages: 817-852

SIT-REM: An Interoperable and Interactive Web Geographic Information System for Fauna, Flora and Plant Landscape Data Management
Frontoni, Emanuele, Mancini, Adriano, Zingaretti, Primo, Malinverni, Eva Savina, Pesaresi, Simone, Biondi, Edoardo, Pandolfi, Massimo, Marseglia, Maria, Sturari, Mirco, Zabaglia, Claudio
Pages: 853-867



New Events

31 Aug - 2 Sep 2014
Society of Cartographers
50th Annual Summer School Conference
Glasgow, Scotland, UK
14 Dec 2014
Workshop on Spatial Big Data Mining and Visualization
in conjunction with
IEEE International Conference on Data Mining (ICDM) 2014 (Dec 14-17)
Shenzhen, CHINA
30 Mar - 01 Apr 2015
JURSE 2015
Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event
Lausanne, Switzerland
11-15 May 2015
36th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment
Observing the Earth, Monitoring the Change, Sharing the Knowledge
30 Aug - 02 Sep 2015
UAV-g 2015
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics
website not yet ready
Toronto, CANADA
31 Aug - 05 Sep 2015
XXVth CIPA Heritage Documentation Symposium
website not yet ready
Taipei, TAIWAN

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New Publications in the ISPRS Archives & Annals

Archives 2014, TC V
ISPRS Technical Commission V Symposium, 23–25 Jun
Riva del Garda, Italy
Archives 2014, TC VI
ISPRS Technical Commission VI Symposium, 19–21 May
Wuhan, China
Archives 2014, TC IV
ISPRS Technical Commission IV Symposium, 14–16 May
Suzhou, China
Archives 2007, WG II/3, II/5, IV/4 IV/6
Joint Workshop "Visualization and Exploration of Geospatial Data", 27-29 June
Stuttgart, Germany
Annals 2014, TC V
ISPRS Technical Commission V Symposium, 23–25 Jun
Riva del Garda, Italy
Annals 2014, TC VI
ISPRS Technical Commission VI Symposium, 19–21 May
Wuhan, China
Annals 2014, TC IV
ISPRS Technical Commission IV Symposium, 14–16 May
Suzhou, China

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