CALL FOR PAPERS NOW OPEN! 9-11 December 2013 Berlin – 24th GRSG Annual Meeting – ‘Status and developments in geological remote sensing’ The 24th GRSG conference, organised by the GRSG in association with the DGPF, University of Halle-Wittenberg, BGR and DLR, will cover a broad range of remote sensing topics, presenting current status in remote sensing and… Read more
Applications are invited for Student Travel Bursary to the GRSGAGM 2012. Please download and submit the application form to our student representative. We are pleased to announce that we will award a number of these bursaries ( up to maximum of £150) to the successful candidates (at committee discretion). To be eligible to apply for this award you should be a student member… Read more
2011 GRSG AGM took place from 7-9th December, 2011 at the ESA ESRIN facility in Frascati, Italy. The theme of the conference was “Advances in Geological Remote Sensing”. More details of the conference can be found on the Conference Website.
Andrew Singleton, 1st Year PhD Student, University of Glasgow Advanced space geodesy techniques for landslide hazard mapping in the Three Gorges region, China. Development of an approach to quantifying landslide hazard and slope stability through the use of permanent scattering and short-baseline InSAR in the non-urban areas of the Three Gorges region. Laura Cordero Llana,… Read more
Veraldo Liesenberg (2nd Year PhD, Technische Universitat Bergakademie Freiberg)Evaluating the potential of multiple sources of remote sensing data to support carbon assessment of tropical peatland environments. Two approaches to merging ASAR and PALSAR InSAR data with PROBA & hyperion hyperspectral data are evaluated for a study area in Indonesia. Data are to be used to… Read more
The GRSG has made three student awards for 2009. The committee decided to award prizes to the top 3 applicants, rather than observe the three award categories. The three winners are: Nicholas Roberts (Simon Fraser University, Canada) – Investigation of landslides in La Paz, Bolivia using RADARSAT-2 permanent scatter interferometric SAR and polarimetric SARLandslides are a… Read more
We are delighted to announce that three student awards have been made by the GRSG this year. Details of the student award winners are shown below: Fieldwork/Travel Award – Stephen Grebby (University of Leicester) Stephen Grebby is a 2nd year PhD student based at the University of Leicester who is investigating the use of high-resolution airborne… Read more