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1月 172013
 

2013年1月17日,于阳光明媚空气质量良好的北京,我室数据中心组吴立宗副研究员和王亮绪高工访问科技部国家基础条件平台信息技术中心,并就中国西部环境与生态科学数据中心建设中的经验与思考分别进行了交流,分别做了科学数据共享中的问题与思考、西部数据中心的技术框架两个报告,与会的袁伟处长充分肯定了西部数据中心在对科学数据进行共享与服务所做的尝试,并希望西部数据中心继续就科学数据的引用、科学数据的出版及权威开放数据库方面进一步的进行创新试验,也与资源管理部刘瑞部长交流了科技资源汇交共享管理的经验与理念。

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 Posted by at 18:05
12月 142012
 

Dear colleagues

 

With an apology for cross-posting, we would like to draw your attention to the following session that we are organizing at the EGU General Assembly in Vienna (7-12 April 2013):

 

HS6.6

Reducing uncertainties in modelling hydro-meteorological processes using earth observations
Conveners: Rogier Van der Velde, Chiara Corbari, Carsten Montzka

 

Earth observations have demonstrated to be capable of capturing spatially organized information on key hydro-meteorological variables related to the land surface (e.g. soil moisture, evapotranspiration, temperature), atmosphere (e.g. rainfall) and cryosphere (e.g. snow albedo, snow water equivalent). The initiation of various national and international space as well as science programmes has ensured a further operationalization of the space infrastructure. The European example is the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) programme. These and other initiatives are expected to generate a wealth of data relevant for the hydro-meteorological community.
The availability of earth observations alone is, however, in many cases not sufficient for operational integrated water resources management because the remote sensors typically do not observe the exact same variable that is of interest and at the spatial resolution suitable to correctly catch the process. Integration of earth observations with distributed physically process-based models is an important strategy for deriving of value added products. In this context, the earth observations as such are employed for reducing uncertainties in the modelling of processes. An improvement in the reliability of model simulations can be achieved by updating the simulated state with the observed information via a comprehensive data assimilation scheme. On the other hand, earth observations can also contribute to reliability of model simulations by providing information on the model parameters either directly or via model inversion.
This session solicits for contributions that demonstrate improved simulation of hydro-meteorological processes by using earth observations either for (i) state updating or (ii) providing model parameters or (iii) model calibration. The focus is specifically on basin scale applications.

 

Abstract submission / call for abstracts

Please consider submitting an abstract for presentation in our session:

 

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2013/session/12465

 

Please note that the deadline for abstract submission is 9 January 2013.

 

With kind regards,

 

Rogier van der Velde, Chiara Corbari and Carsten Montzka

 

 

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Dr. Carsten Montzka
Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
Agrosphere Institute (IBG 3),
Institute of Bio- and Geosciences
52425 Juelich
Germany

Phone: +49 (0)2461-613289
Fax: +49 (0)2461-612518
E-Mail: c.montzka@fz-juelich.de
URL: www.fz-juelich.de

 Posted by at 11:21
12月 142012
 

ROSES-12 Amendment 26: Final text in ROSES-12 via Appendix A.31, Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science.

 

This solicitation is for new and successor interdisciplinary research investigations within NASA’s Interdisciplinary Research in Earth Science (IDS) program. Proposed research investigations will meet the following criteria: a) offer a fundamental advance to our understanding of the Earth system; b) be based on remote sensing data, especially satellite observations, but including suborbital sensors as appropriate; c) go beyond correlation of data sets and seek to understand the underlying causality of change through determination of the specific physical, chemical, and/or biological processes involved; d) be truly interdisciplinary in scope by involving traditionally disparate disciplines of the Earth sciences; and e) address at least one of the five specific themes listed in this solicitation:

•           Understanding Earth System Vulnerabilities to Climate Extremes

•           Impacts of Changing Polar Ice Cover

•           Water and Energy Cycle Impacts of Biomass Burning

•           Impacts of Population growth on watersheds and coastal ecology

•           Role of Permafrost in a Changing Climate

 

Notices of Intent are requested by March 1, 2013, and proposals are due by April 1, 2013.

 

On or about December 13, 2012, this Amendment to the NASA Research Announcement “Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES) 2012” (NNH12ZDA001N) will be posted on the NASA research opportunity homepage at http://nspires.nasaprs.com/ and will appear on the RSS feed at: http://nasascience.nasa.gov/researchers/sara/grant-solicitations/roses-2012.

 

Questions concerning this program may be addressed to Thomas Wagner, Earth Science Division, Science Mission Directorate, NASA Headquarters, Washington, DC 20546-0001. Email: thomas.wagner@nasa.gov; Telephone: (202) 358-4682.

 Posted by at 11:19
9月 062012
 
尊敬的第一、第二届微波遥感技术研讨会的与会代表,

    第三届微波遥感技术研讨会第一轮征稿通知已经发布,请访问“中国科学院微波遥
感技术重点实验室”主页查看详细信息:
    http://www.mirslab.cn/
   欢迎大家积极投稿参与本次研讨会,也欢迎大家向未曾参与过本系列会议的其他同
行、同事推荐!
    请注意查询网站上发布的会议最新信息,谢谢!

     祝工作、生活愉快!
                             第三届微波遥感技术研讨会秘书处
8月 312012
 

ISRSE35 to publish peer-reviewed papers through IOP Publishing after symposium

The papers included in the 35th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment proceedings will be published by IOP Publishing Ltd., UK. The proceedings are available through the IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Click for more details) (ISSN 1755-1315 Online). All published papers will be indexed by EI Compendex (Click for more details).

Authors interested in the themes and topics of ISRSE35 are welcome to submit their original manuscripts. Submissions to ISRSE35 will be peer-reviewed to ensure high-quality scientific content and well-written English, in accordance with the Peer Review Policy for the IOP Conference Series.

>>> Click here for details

 

 Posted by at 14:25
8月 312012
 

报告名称: 全球尺度时空异质背景下的大气CO2叶面施肥效应对陆地生态系统碳收支影响的模拟研究

报告人: 张 臻

单位: 南京大学国际地球系统科学研究所

时间: 2012-08-31(本周五)下午5:00

报告地点:11楼会议室

 Posted by at 14:19
8月 292012
 

2005年10月18日我方同美国地质调查局(USGS)代表在人才培养、地下水与地表水模型耦合、黑河水资源决策支持系统开发、建立长期的合作 关系等方面达成多项共识并签订了合作协议。同时双方将寻找合作机会,联合申请项目,解决双方共同关注的科学问题。协议特别强调了双方的人才交流,中方将于 2005年派出科研人员到USGS访问和学习,黑河内陆河流域也将成为双方模型评价和发展的试验基地。

 Posted by at 18:34
8月 292012
 

中科院寒旱所,中国林科院与比利时VITO研究所以及比利时Antwerp大学联合申请的中比科技合作项目—“利用植被传输模型从 SPOT/VEGETATION资料中反演生物地球物理参数”经我国科技部与比利时弗拉芒大区政府的评估获得通过,并被评为10个A类项目的第一名。

 Posted by at 18:33
12月 032011
 

征文通知
LIDAR & RADAR 2011国际研讨会将在中国江苏省南京市召开,这是该主题在亚洲召开的、涉及范围最全面的国际会议。会议旨在促进LIDAR与RADAR测图技术在亚洲的 科研进步和应用推广,并讨论摄影测量与遥感、测绘行业的产学研结合发展问题,同时还为新兴测量技术在地球科学、林业、再生能源、环境、交通和灾害管理等领 域的创新应用创造一次跨行业的面对面交流机会。.

所有提交的论文摘要和全文都将经过同行专家的评审。被接收的优秀论文将被收录到SPIE论文集中,并被EI检索。论文集将于2011年11月公开出版。.

大会诚邀国内外研究人员投稿,鼓励各种形式的学术交流,包括专题报告和论文展板。征文范围覆盖以下研究方向,但并非仅限于此,欢迎与本次大会主题相符的新的讨论专题。.
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会议主题
传感器及搭载平台
Lidar&Radar新进展
辐射校正与几何校正
传感器建模、分析与定标
机载、星载的SAR与InSAR系统
无人机搭载的lidar制图系统
移动lidar制图系统
海洋lidar系统
数据处理
多传感器与多尺度数据融合
点云快速配准
点云分割
摄影测量与Lidar的集成
利用Lidar数据的对象提取与模式识别
基于Lidar数据的三维建筑重构
三维SAR的建模、算法与实验
多角度、多极化、多频率的SAR与InSAR
逆向工程与信息提取技术:SAR图像降斑、超分辨率重建和图像分割
创新应用
海岸带管理
森林调查与植被分析
文化遗产存档
景观与建筑建模
可再生能源蕴藏量制图(太阳能、风能等)
灾害制图(洪水、滑坡、地震、地面沉降等)
交通设施管理
环境监测与影响评估
风险防范与灾害评估
lidar、radar数据的最新应用

http://www.lidar2011.org/contents/cn/callpaper_cn.asp