JpGU 2019 session "HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOPHYSICAL DATA IN THE ANTHROPOCENE" / 日本地球惑星科学連合2019年大会国際セッション「人新世における高精細地形・地球物理データ解析」発表募集

Posted by yuichi hayakawa on 1/12/2019 with No comments
5月に幕張で行われる日本地球惑星科学連合JpGU 2019,アブストラクト投稿が始まりました。本年も,高精細地形地物情報に関するセッションを開催します。開催日はJpGU期間中の月曜日午後(2019/5/27 PM2)となりました。地球人間圏科学(H)を母体とした,領域外・複数領域(M)セクションからの開催となります。今年は人間活動との相関にも着目し,「人新世(the Anthropocene)」における高精細データの利活用を探ります。高精細地形・地物情報のテクニカルな面から応用的な面まで,幅広いテーマでの研究発表をお待ちしています。

Here is the call for abstracts for our session M-TT47 HIGH-DEFINITION TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOPHYSICAL DATA IN THE ANTHROPOCENE at the next JpGU meeting in May 2019 (on Monday afternoon). The abstract submission is now open, ending on February 19. Here we emphasize "the Anthropocene" as the session theme. Your cutting-edge research reports are welcome regarding the applications of high-definition topographic and geophysical data, focusing on, but not limited to, the human-nature interactions. Reports on cutting-edge measurement applications are also welcome. Our session is based on Human Geosciences (H) section and will be provided in Multidisciplinary and Interdisciplinary (M) section.


session details:
planned on May 27 (Mon) afternoon (PM2)

session description:
Recent technical developments of high-definition topographic and geophysical data acquisition have enabled us to further investigate geoscientific issues including land surface processes, subsurface structures, submarine and aerial environments, geo-ecological interactions, and disaster mitigation. Such high-definition or high-resolution data are particularly useful for studies in short-term temporal scales, and future predictions such as numerical modelings. In this session, we expect submissions on topics challenging such issues in the Anthropocene, the most recent geological era of the Earth. A range of topics would fit the session framework, including theoretical work, improvements in data acquisition, extensive data preservation and archiving, pre- and post-processing, statistical analysis, modeling, and simulation for geoscientific research and geohazard assessments in the Anthropocene. The methodological approaches may include, but not limited to, laser scanning, SfM-MVS photogrammetry, GNSS precise positioning, SAR interferometry, multi-beam sonar, and electromagnetic sensors, based on terrestrial (fixed or mobile) and aerial (UAV or manned airborne) platforms.

Yuichi S. Hayakawa (Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University)
Shigekazu Kusumoto (Graduate School of Science and Engineering for Research, University of Toyama)
Christopher Gomez (Faculty of Maritime Sciences, Kobe University)

Abstract submission deadline: February 19 (Tue), 2019 (17:00 JST)
[ early-bird submission deadline with discount rates: February 4 (Mon), 2019 (23:59 JST) ]

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