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UN 4000 Remote Sensing Seminar Series

Current Seminar Schedule | About the Series | Past Seminars

Seminars are on Mondays at 4 pm, M&M Room U113
unless otherwise noted.

Fall 2010 Schedule

August 30, 2010

Toward Comprehensive Volcanic Carbon Budgets and Real-time Emission Monitoring

Florian M. Schwandner
Earth Observatory of Singapore

September 13, 2010
Richard Honrath Memorial Lecture

A Fresh Look at Ozone Air Pollution

David Parrish

NOTE: Seminar will be in Dow 641

September 20, 2010

Putting a More Realistic Cloud in a Bottle, or Development of a Multiphase Turbulent Reaction Chamber for Laboratory Studies of Atmospheric Aerosol and Cloud Processes

Will Cantrell, Claudio Mazzoleni, Lynn Mazzoleni, and Raymond Shaw
Michigan Tech

September 27, 2010

Wildland Fire Measurements: Current and Future Directions of Physics-Based Approaches

Alistair Smith
University of Idaho
with contributions from Robert Kremens (Rochester Institute of Technology), Matthew Dickinson (Forest Service, Northern Research Station, Delaware, Ohio), and Martin Wooster (King's College London, University of London)

October 4, 2010

Numerical Models of Water Motion in the Great Lakes

Dave Schwab
NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory

October 11, 2010

From Forest to Farmland and Moraine to Meadow: Prehistoric and Preindustrial Human Interaction with the Earth System

Jed O. Kaplan
Environmental Engineering Institute
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Lausanne, Switzerland

October 18, 2010

Mapping of Mangrove Distribution and Physical Properties using LiDAR and Multispectral IKONOS

AND

AVIRIS and AirSAR Mapping of Geochemical Variation, Eruptive Processes, and Weathering Effects on the Blue Dragon Lava Flow, Craters of the Moon National Monument

John Chadwick
University of North Carolina Charlotte

October 25, 2010

Regional Climate Change in Illinois and the Great Lakes Regions

V. Rao Kotamarthi
Environmental Science Division
Argonne National Lab

November 1, 2010

Galapagos Under the Seismoscope: Hot Spots, Spreading Ridges & Volcanoes

Jonathan M. Lees
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

November 8, 2010

Highlights from the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope

Elizabeth Hays
Fermi Deputy Project Scientist
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

November 15, 2010

Linking the Scales: Chemical Weather and Air Quality

Gabriele Pfister
National Center for Atmospheric Research

November 29, 2010
CANCELLED

The Role of Aerosol Composition in Arctic Cloud Formation

Sarah D. Brooks
Texas A&M University

December 6, 2010

Terrestrial LIDAR Laser Mapping in Geo-Engineering and Earth Science

Robert Kayen
Research Civil Engineer
US Geological Survey
Menlo Park, California
Adjunct Faculty
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
University of California, Los Angeles

Last updated November 24, 2010.
Fall 2010 seminar coordinator: Will Cantrell

M and M U113

Room U113 Hall Entrance
Minerals and Materials Building

About the Series

Purpose of the Class

The class, which is required for the minor in Remote Sensing, is intended to provide students exposure to a variety of ways in which remote sensing (broadly defined) can be applied to earth, planetary, and space sciences. Graduate and undergraduate students interested in remote sensing and related topics may take the class. The class may be taken multiple times for credit.

The class grade is determined by attendance and participation. There are no exams or written assignments. 1 Credit, Offered Fall, Spring.

Open to all juniors, seniors and grad students! Visitors to lectures are welcome!

M and M U113

EPSSI Seminar

About the Speakers

Please note that some speakers' dates may be rearranged as the schedule is finalized.

Please contact the Director of EPSSI if you wish to meet with these visitors during their time on campus. Take advantage of the educational visits!

Funding for these visits comes from the Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Institute and academic departments.

Past Seminars*

Fall 2009
Spring 2009
Fall 2008
Spring 2008
Fall 2007
Spring 2007
Fall 2006
Spring 2006
Fall 2005
Spring 2005

Fall 2004
Spring 2004
Fall 2003
Spring 2003
Fall 2002
Spring 2002
Fall 2001

*Legacy pages—links may not work.