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Workshop Global Geospatial Information and High Resolution Global Land Cover/Land Use Mapping, 2015

Workshop of ISPRS WG IV/2
April 21, 2015
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Editor(s): Alexander P. Karpik, Vladimir A. Seredovich, Lena Halounová

Introduction to the Workshop of ISPRS WG IV-2: "Global Geospatial Information and High Resolution Global Land Cover/Land Use Mapping"
Gottfried Konecny
Page(s) 3
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 97 KB)

The Global Status of Topographic Mapping
Gottfried Konecny
Page(s) 4 - 20
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 1740 KB)

The Global Status of Topographical Mapping: Technical Backgrounds of the Project
Uwe Breitkopf
Page(s) 21
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 15 KB)

The Current Status of Mapping in the World – Spotlight on Pacific Islands
John C. Trinder
Page(s) 22 - 32
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 56 KB)

High Resolution Global Land Cover/Land Use Mapping. Current Status and Upcoming Trends
Klaus U. Komp
Page(s) 33 - 47
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 1422 KB)

Vegetation Cover State Evaluation within the Fukushima-1 Area by Multispectral and Radar Satellite Data Analysis
Oleksii I. Sakhatskyi, Sergey A. Stankevich, Galina M. Zholobak, Alexander A. Apostolov, Akira Iwasaki, Shinichi Nakasuka, Seiji Yoshimoto, Yoshihide Aoyanagi
Page(s) 48 - 55
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 1334 KB)

Mapping Techniques for Spatio-Temporal Siberian Vegetation Changes
Vladimir A. Seredovich, Sergey V. Shimov
Page(s) 56 - 63
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 341 KB)

Belligerent Landscape Change Analysis Using Remote Mapping of Vegetation Cover
Sergey A. Stankevich, Tamara V. Dudar, Irina V. Loik, Natalia S. Neizmailova
Page(s) 64 - 71
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 1773 KB)

Automated Thematic Contours Border Registration as an example of Digital Soil Map for Novosibirsk Region and Creation of Analytical Information Retrieval System for the Development of Agribusiness Clusters of Siberia
Konstantin S. Baykov, Yaroslava G. Poshivaylo, Vyacheslav N. Nikitin, Natalya A. Shergunova, Sergei V. Solovev, Andrei A. Zverev, Yulia V. Chernenko
Page(s) 72 - 78
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 314 KB)

A3 Edge Maps Vast Russian Areas
Yuri Raizman
Page(s) 79 - 85
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 305 KB)

Assessment of the Possibilities of Modern Air Laser Scanning Systems for Forest Research
Ilya A. Rylsky, Vladimir S. Tikunov
Page(s) 86 - 95
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 714 KB)

Ecological and Geographical Mapping of Altai Krai Land Cover
I.N. Rotanova, V.V. Gaida
Page(s) 96 - 101
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 431 KB)

Relating Big Data to Local Natural Hazards: Lessons Learned from Data Mining the Twitter API for Volunteered Geographic Information on Earthquakes, Wildfires, and Prescribed Fires in the Contiguous United States
Jessica L. McCarty, Eugene Levin, K. Arthur Endsley, Samuel Aden, James Bialis
Page(s) 102 - 113
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 272 KB)

Deforestation Monitoring at Different Periods by Satellite Imagery
Khrystyna V. Burshtynska, Yudita V. Madiar, Bohdan V. Polishchuk
Page(s) 114 - 127
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 902 KB)

Mapping of Phytodiversity when Designing the Belokurikhinsky Nature Park
I.N. Rotanova, V.V. Gaida
Page(s) 128 - 132
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 93 KB)

Remote Sensing Applications for Online Mapping of Agricultural Vegetation
Elena Kaziak, Alexander Leshchenko
Page(s) 133 - 138
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 1329 KB)

Remote Sensing Based Analysis of Land Cover Dynamics in the Polesie State Radioecological Reserve
А. Kaziak, A. Kokhno, E. Khruschova, M. Goutsaki
Page(s) 139 - 142
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 224 KB)

Geobotanical Maps in the Atlas "Greater Altai: Nature, History, Culture"
I.N. Rotanova, Yu.V. Kozyreva, V.V. Gaida
Page(s) 143 - 145
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 30 KB)

Table of Contents

Page(s) 146 - 147
Conference Paper (Scanned PDF, 36 KB)




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