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Thursday 7 Sept @ 11:30-13:00

Location: Theatre G20

Session Chair: Kevin White


The use of multitemporal spectral indices derived from MODIS data for burned forest mapping in Morocco

Issameddine Zidane, Rachid Lhissou, Abdelali Boulli, Mustapha Mabrouki

University Sultan Moulay Sliman, Morocco


Spatial considerations of accuracy for satellite-based biomass mapping

Narumasa Tsutsumida1, Pedro Rodriguez-Veiga2, Paul Harris3, Alexis Comber3, Joseph Percival1

1Kyoto University, Japan; 2University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 3Rothamsted Research, United Kingdom; 4University of Leeds, United Kingdom


EnviroSAR managing wildfire disturbance in moorlands and heathlands: introducing the Moors for the Future Pilot, Peak District National Park

Gail Millin-Chalabi, Ioanna Tantasi

EnviroSAR Ltd/University of Manchester, United Kingdom


Aboveground biomass stocks and changes in forests of the Yucatan Peninsula

Pedro Rodriguez-Veiga1,2, Kevin Tansey1, Heiko Balzter1,2

1University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 2National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO), United Kingdom


Lessons learned on forest biomass estimation in the six GLOBBIOMASS regional case studies

Heiko Balzter1, Pedro Rogriguez-Veiga1, Kevin Tansey1, Shaun Quegan2, Joao Carreiras2, Henrik J Persson3, Johan ES Fransson3, Agata Hoscilo4, Dariusz Ziolkowski4, Katarzyna Dabrowska-Zielinska4, Krzysztof Sterenczak5, Sandra Lohberger6, Mattias Stangel6, Florian Siegert6, Valerio Avitabile7, Stephane Mermoz8, Alexandre Bouvet8, Thuy Le Toan8, Nuno Carvalhais9, Maciej Soja10, Leif Eriksson11, Maurizio Santoro12, Carsten Pathe12, Chris Schmullius13

1University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 2University of Sheffield, United Kingdom; 3Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, Sweden; 4Institute of Cartography, Poland; 5Forest Research Institute, Poland; 6Remote Sensing Solutions, Germany; 7Wageningen University Research, The Netherlands; 8CESBIO, France; 9Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Germany; 10Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden; 11Gamma Remote Sensing, Switzerland; 12Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, Germany


Please note, all oral presentations should be no more than 15 minutes in length


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