OpenTopography team members Chris Crosby (SDSC) and Sarah Robinson (ASU) are visiting the Googleplex in Mountain View, CA this week for the Geological Society of America Penrose Conference: Google Earth: Visualizing the Possibilities for Geoscience Education and Research. Chris and Sarah will be giving back-to-back presentations on ongoing OpenTopography work to use Google Earth to visualize high-resolution lidar topography-derived imagery for research and educational applications:
Christopher Crosby: LiDAR and Google Earth: Simplifying Access to High-Resolution Topography Data
Sarah Robinson: Integrating LiDAR into Earth Science Education
UPDATE 01/11/11: Official GSA Google Earth Penrose website with agenda, abstracts and presentations now available.