Remote Sensing of Volcanoes: AOGS-AGU 2012 joint assembly session

Jan 31, 2012

Via the OpenTopography administered Geoscience Lidar Listserv:

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to an exciting Remote Sensing of Volcanoes session in the upcoming Joint Assembly between the American Geophysical Union (AGU) and the Asia Oceania Geoscience Society (AOGS) to be held in Singapore this August 13th to 17th.

Follow this link for details about the conference:

Remote Sensing of Volcanoes (SE 106) is aimed at the geohazard monitoring community as well as deposit mappers. Researchers from both groups are invited to contribute abstracts that address new techniques, exciting data sets and interpretations involving some aspect of remote sensing in volcanology. Interdisciplinary approaches to studying volcanological phenomena are especially encouraged to contribute. Specific themes will include (but are not limited to): LiDAR and spectroscopy plume and deposit interrogations, edifice DEM interpretations, and thermal mapping and monitoring.

This is an excellent opportunity to facilitate collaborations with scientist working in the Asia/Oceania region.

Follow this link for abstract submission instructions:

Abstract submission is now open and will be until March 12, 2012

Please direct inquiries to the conveners:

Patrick L Whelley

Jose L Palma

Best wishes