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2017 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting

11–15 December, 2017
New Orleans, Lousiana

UAVSAR will have its own poster session at AGU. In addition, at least 10 talks from a broad range of disciplines show research using UAVSAR.

UAVSAR Poster Session: Tuesday, 12 December 2017

B023: Cutting Edge Synthetic Aperture Radar Experiments with NASA’s UAVSAR


Other UAVSAR-related Presentations

Monday, 11 December 2017

GC11D-01: Studies of Lousiana's Deltas and Wetlands using SAR

08:00–08:15 / Cathleen E Jones

B14A-02: Estimation of vegetation structure using SAR and LiDAR data in support of ABoVE subsurface retrievals over arctic-boreal zones in Alaska and Canada

16:15–16:30 / Richard H Chen

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

IN22B-05: Deep Learning of Post-Wildfire Vegetation Loss using Bitemporal Synthetic Aperture Radar Images

11:20–11:35 / ZhiQiang Chen

G23A-0886: Mapping tectonic and anthropogenic processes in central California using satellite and airborne InSAR

13:40–18:00 / Zhen Liu

B23B-2070: Advanced Corrections for InSAR Using GPS and Numerical Weather Models

13:40–18:00 / Federico Cossu

Wednesday, 13 December 2017

B32D-07: Characterizing soil moisture and snow cover effects on boreal-arctic soil freeze/thaw dynamics and cold-season carbon emissions

11:50–12:05 / Yonghong Yi

NH43D-07: Levee Seepage Detection in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Using Polarimetric SAR

15:10–15:25 / Karen An

Thursday, 14 December 2017

T41C-0634: Fault zone structure and kinematics from lidar, radar, and imagery: revealing new details along the creeping San Andreas Fault

08:00–12:20 / Stephen DeLong

NH42A-02: Slow, fast, and post-collapse displacements of the Mud Creek landslide in California from UAVSAR and satellite SAR analysis

10:35–10:50 / Eric Jameson Fielding

NH43A-0189: Quantifying the short- and long-term controls exerted by the basal and lateral boundaries of the Slumgullion Landslide from creepmeters and 3-D surface deformation

13:40–18:00 / Brent G Delbridge

Friday, 15 December 2017

EP51B-1645 Using UAVSAR Interferometry to Quantify the Geometry and Sediment Flux of Slow-moving Landslides in the Eel River Catchment, Northern California

08:00–12:20 / Alexander L Handwerger

H51R-05: Field-scale surface soil moisture retrieval using L-band synthetic aperture radar data: shrublands examples

09:00–09:15 / Seungbum Kim

H52G-07 Modeling river discharge and sediment transport in the Wax Lake-Atchafalaya basin with remote sensing parametrization

11:50–12:05 / Marc Simard