Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Kỷ yếu hội thảo ACRS 2007

Section TS1 : Agriculture, Soil and Crops
  1. TS 1.1 Monitoring of Paddy Rice Planting with Complex Cropping Pattern Using Satellite Remote Sensing Data - A Case of West Java, Indonesia
    Satoshi Uchida, Japan
  2. TS 1.2 Change in Leaf Anatomy, Total Chlorophyll Content, and Canopy Reflectance of Field Grown Rice as a Function af Nitrogen Status
    Yuh-Jyuan Lee, China Taipei
  3. TS 1.3 Rice Monitoring Using ENVISAT-ASAR Data: Preliminary Results of a Case Study in the Mekong River Delta, Vietnam
    Nguyen Lam-Dao, Vietnam
  4. TS 1.4 An Initial Method In Using Of Geographic Information System (GIS) In Early Warning The Potential Risk Of Brown Backed Rice Plant Hopper (Nilaparvata Lugens): A Case Study In Trung An Village, Thot Not District, Cantho City.
    Vo Quang Minh, Vietnam
  5. TS 1.5 Rice Yield Potential From Spot-5
    Vicharn Amarakul, Thailand
  6. TS 1.6 Assessment Crop Yield Estimation Methods by using Satellite Images and Ground Observation.Sanaz Shafian, Iran

Section TS5: Agriculture, Soil and Crops(2)

    1. TS 5.1 Studies for Regional Characteristics of Upland Farming Using Terra/ASTER Data
      Genya Saito, Japan
    2. TS 5.2 Recent Drought In NE Thailand: Case Study Using Modis Time Series
      Piychat Ratana, Thailand
    3. TS 5.3 Spectral Response Analysis Of Selected Philippine Agricultural Soils In Varying Nutrient Conditions
      Juliet R. Manguerra, Philippines
    4. TS 5.4 Mapping Banana Plantations in North Australia from Object-based Classification of SPOT-5 Data
      Kasper Johansen, Australia
    5. TS 5.5 Preliminary Study in the Backscattering Measurements and Theoretical Modeling of Oil Palm Canopies
      J. Y. Koay, Malaysia
    6. TS 5.6 Looking into Smallholder Coffee Plantation with ALOS Data in Lampung Province, Indonesia
      Akira Hirano, Japan
    7. TS 5.7 Towards Improved Wheat Yield Forecasting for Western Australia
      A.G.T Schut, Australia
    Section TS31: Airborne Sensing/LIDAR/Mobile GIS
    1. TS 31.1 UAV Borne Mapping System for River Environment
      Masahiko Nagai, Japan
    2. TS 31.2 Accuracy Assessment of ADS40 Imagery over the Pavia Testsite 
      Sultan Kocaman, Switzerland
    3. TS 31.3 Rebuilding of the 3D Models of Buildings Based on LIDAR Data
      Shen Wei, China
    4. TS 31.4 Accuracy Evaluation of Laser Scanner Data Depending on Location of GCPs for Monitoring Landslide
      Kazu Kinoshita, Japan
    5. TS 31.5 Three-Dimensional Modeling of Tradisional Malaysian Wooden Engraving Arts Using Close-Range Laser Scanning Technology
      Zulkepli Majid, Malaysia
    6. TS 31.6 Capturing, Visualizing, and Analyzing Geological Outcrops with 3d Laser Rangefinders and Terrestrial Laser Scanners and Digital Camera
      Mohammed Alfarhan, USA
    Section TS35: Airborne Sensing/LIDAR/Mobile GIS(2)
    1. TS 35.1 On the Strip Overlap and Field of View Design for Airborne Lidar Operation
      Peter Tian-Yuan Shih, China Taipei
    2. TS 35.2 Simultaneous Co-Registration and Georeferencing of Multiple Pointclouds
      Devrim Akca, Switzerland
    3. TS 35.3 Building Extraction by Merging LiDAR Data and Aerial Imagery
      Tae-hwa kim, Korea
    4. TS 35.4 Detection of Building Changes from Lidar Data and Aerial Imagery
      Chih-Yuan Huang, China Taipei
    5. TS 35.5 Stream Ecological Engineering Assessment Using Java Tel, JSP and GIS
      Walter W. Chen, China Taipei
    Section TS21: Application of New Sensors
    1. TS 21.1 The InfraRed Atmospheric Sounder Onboard FY-3A Satellite
      Qi Chengli, China
    2. TS 21.2 Restoration of Fragmentary Trajectories using Evaluation of Identity and Combinatorial Optimization
      Tomoyuki Suzuki, Japan
    3. TS 21.3 In-Orbit MTF Measurement For THEOS Imaging System
      Raweewan Nutpramoon, Thailand
    4. TS 21.4 Image Quality Access of Jitter Effect Simulated TDI Images
      Cynthia Liu, China Taipei
    5. TS 21.5 A Telescope Design for High Resolution Earth Imaging
      Heng Cherng Woei, Malaysia
    6. TS 21.6 Possibility Analysis of Remote Sensing using Reflected GPS Signal
      Dinesh Manandhar, Japan
    Section TS24: Application of New Sensors(2)
    1. TS 24.1 Development Of Multi Remote Sensing Satellites Mission Planning System
      Hwang Feng-Tai, China Taipei
    2. TS 24.2 Human Identification Using Laser Scanners and Image Sensors
      Hiroki Takahashi, Japan
    3. TS 24.3 GCOM Missions
      Haruhisa Shimoda, Japan
    4. TS 24.4 An Analysis of the Crowds Flow Characteristics by using Laser Range Scanners
      Kyoichiro Katabira, Japan
    5. TS 24.5 A New Current Mirroring Integration Based Readout Circuit Design for Infrared Imaging Sensors of MCT
      M. Afshin G. Rezai Rad, Iran
    6. TS 24.6 The Cosmo SkyMedSatellite Constellation for Earth Observation and Applications
      Luciana Di Domenico, Italy
    7. TS 24.7 DMC: New Development in Small Satellite Constellation Imaging Capability
      Paul Stephens, Australia
    Section TS12: Climate/Environment
    1. TS 12.1 Multi-Temporal Analysis of Land Use and Surface Temperature Using Remotely Sensed Data
      Salah A. H. Saleh, Iraq
    2. TS 12.2 Estimation of Regional Evapotranspiration in a Vegetated Area Using ASTER data.
      Hemu Kharel Kafle, Thailand
    3. TS 12.3 Effects of Land-use Types and Spatial Scales on Evapotranspiration Using Remote Sensing Techniques
      Chih-Da Wu, China Taipei
    4. TS 12.4 Validation of Land Surface Emissivity Derived by TES Algorithm Usinf NDVI Method From ASTER Data
      Mohammad Pahlevani, Iran
    5. TS 12.5 Spatial Statistical Approach and Remote Sensing Application for Examining the Effects of Land Use/Land Cover and Water Quality Monitoring in Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia
      Ros Sobonn, Philippines
    6. TS 12.6 Mercury risk analysis for the Cerro Rico mine, Potosi
      Yamato Yamaura, Japan
    Section TS16: Climate/Environment(2)
    1. TS 16.1 Identidying Hydrocarbon Leakage Induced Anomalies Using Lansat-7 ETM Data Processing Techniques in Western Slope Zone of Songliao Basin, China
      Guifang Zhang, China
    2. TS 16.2 The Globe Image Interpretation and Mapping
      Yang Ming Hui, China
    3. TS 16.3 Study on the Ratio of Photosynthetically Active Radiation to Global Solar Irradiance at Nara and Hong Kong
      Kanako Muramatsu, Japan
    4. TS 16.4 Sea Surface Current Circulation Pattern in the South China Sea Derived from Satellite Altimetry
      Nurul Hazrina, Malaysia
    5. TS 16.5 Remote Sensing Application Passive Microwave Monitoring of Rainfall over Iran, Using DMSP F-11 Special Sensor Microwave/Imager Data
      Aliakbar Matkan, Iran
    Section TS9: Coastal Zone/Oceanography
    1. TS 9.1 Detection of Shoreline Change and Analysis of Its Environmental Impact Applied the Remote Sensing Methods in the Pearl River Estuary, China
      Xuejie Li, China
    2. TS 9.2 Detection of Physical Shoreline Indicators in an Object-Based Classification Approach. Study Case: Island of Schiermonnikoog, The Netherlands
      Maria Virginia Mendez Alves, The Netherlands
    3. TS 9.3 Variation of Changes of Kuala Terengganu Shoreline using High-Resolution Satellite Imagery and Aerial Photography
      Aicha Chalabi, Malaysia
    4. TS 9.4 Coral Mortality Discrimination and Habitat Phase Shift Analysis using Landsat TM and ETM+ imageries of Balabac, Palawan
      Margaux Angelica Abella, Philippines
    5. TS 9.5 Mapping Benthic Habitats on Fijian Coral Reefs:Evaluating combined Field and Remote Sensing Approaches
      Chris Roelfsema, Australia
    6. TS 9.6 Volterra Algorithm For Modeling Sea Surface Current Circulation From Satellite Altimetry Data
      Maged Marghany, Malaysia
    Section TS13: Coastal Zone/Oceanography(2)
    1. TS 13.1 Shoreline Monitoring at Al Hawasina Tidal Inlet Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques
      Salim Al-hatrushi, Oman
    2. TS 13.2 Remote Sensing Application to Understand Dynamics of Suspended Particulate in Northern Arabian Gulf
      Saif ud din, Kuwait
    3. TS 13.3 Variation of the Rising Sea Level and Sea Surface Temperature in the East Coast using Multi-Satellite Data (Topex/Poseidon, Jason-1, ERS and NOAA)
      Cho Han-Keun, Korea
    4. TS 13.4 Signatures of Atmospheric Structure on Caspian Sea Surface by MODIS High Resolution Data
      Evdoshenko M.A., Russia
    5. TS 13.5 Considerations In The Design Of A Remote Sensing Framework For Monitoring Tropical Coastal Wetlands
      Renee Bartolo, Australia
    Section TS36: Data Fusion
    1. TS 36.1 Fusion Techniques for Rainfed Rice Area Estimation Using Multitemporal Radarsat Images in Pangasinan and Nueva Ecija1
      Sonia L. Asilo, Philippines
    2. TS 36.2 Classification Using Wavelet Based Fusion of ASTER VNIR With High Resolution Airborne SAR Image
      Suharto Widjojo, Indonesia
    3. TS 36.3 Wavelet-Based Image Fusion
      Pai-Hui Hsu, China Taipei
    4. TS 36.4 High-Accuracy Positioning For Land-Based Mobile Mapping System By Fusing Multi-Sensor Data
      Y. Shi, Japan
    5. TS 36.5 The Design and Building of Spectral Library for Tropical Rainforest
      Alvin Lau Meng Seng, Malaysia
    6. TS 36.6 Microwave and Optical Technology in Geoinformation Monitoring of the Acquatic Environment
      F. A. Mkrtchyan, Russia
    Section TS38: DEM/3D Generation
    1. TS 38.1 The ASTER DEM Generation For Geomorphometric Analysis of Central Alborz Mountains, Iran.
      S. R. Mousavi, Iran
    2. TS 38.2 Virtual Campus Reconstruction Using Integrated Datasets of Airborne LiDAR, Ground-Based LiDAR, Large-Scale Topographic Maps, and Airborne Images
      Yi-Hsing Tseng, China Taipei
    3. TS 38.3 3D Spatial Information Extraction from ALOS Prism Triple Image
      Nguyen Thi Mai Dung, Vietnam
    4. TS 38.4 Comparision of The DEMs Produced from Spot Imagery by Image Matching and Photogrammetric Compilation
      Mustafa Erdoan, Turkey
    5. TS 38.5 Digital Sabah Project Using IFSAR Data
      Doria Tai Yun Tyng, Malaysia
    6. TS 38.6 Grid Leveling Using A Ground-Based Laser Scanner
      Hao-Hsiung Huang, China Taipei
    7. TS 38.7 The Voxel Method
      Jaan-Rong Tsay, China Taipei
    Section TS37: Digital Photogrammetry
    1. TS 37.1 Horizontal and Vertical Accuracy Assessment for a Single Stereo P5 Images withTriangulation and Block Adjustment
      S.A.M.Hashemi, Iran
    2. TS 37.2 The Potential of Satellite Image Stereopair in Mountain Mapping
      Zhang Ji Xian, China
    3. TS 37.3 Calibration, Accuracy Testing and 3D Object Modeling with Mobile Tels
      Devrim Akca, Switzerland
    4. TS 37.4 Registration for Digital Camera Image of Paper Map Distorted By Transparent Filem
      Takashi Yamamoto, Japan
    5. TS 37.5 RFM-Based Block Adjustment for Satellite Images with Weakly Convergent Geometry
      Wan-Yu Wu, China Taipei
    6. TS 37.6 Application of Neural Network and Least Squares Collocation to GPS Height Transformation
      Lao-Sheng Lin, China Taipei
    Section TS2: Disaster
    1. TS 2.1 Space Oil Spills Atlas of the Offsore United Arab Emirates
      Salem Issa, United Arab Emirates
    2. TS 2.2 Developing GIS based Geo-Environmental Indicators for Mapping Landslide Susceptibility in Tropical Mountainous Environments.
      erwan M. J. Baban, Australia
    3. TS 2.3 Slope Monitoring and Mitigation System for Healthy Campus of Universiti Sains Malaysia
      Fauziah Ahmad, Malaysia
    4. TS 2.4 Spatial Modeling Of Rain-Triggered Landlsides, A Case Study In Southern Leyte Province, Philippines
      J S M Fowze, Thailand
    5. TS 2.5 Landslide Hazard Mapping by Using GIS in the Lilla Edet Province of Sweden
      Arzu Erener, Turkey
    6. TS 2.6 Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Establing the Sensitivity to Oil Spill Index (SOI) at Hai Phong Costal Zone Area
      Nguyen Thu Hien, Vietnam
    7. TS 2.7 Results of the Application of a Robust Method for Detection of Temporal/Spatial Anomalies Applied to MODIS Imagery and Focusing on an Examination for Evidence of a Thermal Precursor to the Gujarat Earthquake of 2001
      Matthew Blackett, United Kingdom
    Section TS6: Disaster(2)
    1. TS 6.1 Land/Forest Fire Detection Based on MODIS – Agricultural Drought Index in Riau Province, Indonesia
      Parwati Sofan, Indonesia
    2. TS 6.2 Derivation of Fire Susceptibility Index Using Remotely Sensed Data
      Siti Atikah Mohd. Hashim, Malaysia
    3. TS 6.3 Integrating Multi-Product Of MODIS Data For Analyzing The 2006 Burnt Scar Area In South Sumatera, Indonesia
      Orbita Roswintiarti, Indonesia
    4. TS 6.4 Statistical Approach to Discharge Prediction for Flood Forecasts Using TRMM Data
      M.K. Hazarika, Thailand
    5. TS 6.5 Development of Flood Forecasting Models for the Bagmati Basin In Nepal
      Tanka Prasad Kafle, Japan
    6. TS 6.6 Development of the Disaster Scale Presumption Method in River Area using 3D Satellite Images
      Hyeon-Cheol Park, Korea
    7. TS 6.7 Investigation of Optimization Algorithms for Modelling and Finding Optimum Path in Emergency Evacuation
      Somayeh Ahmadian, Iran
    Section TS17: Ecology & Environmental Change
    1. TS 17.1 Detecting the Environmental Changes from the Satellite Image
      JNang Mya Mya Nwe, Myanmar
    2. TS 17.2 Geospatial Wetland Analysis-Contribution to Sustainability Concerns
      Nidhi Nagabhatla, Sri Lanka
    3. TS 17.3 Remote Sensing Native Vegetation Condition
      S. D.Jones, Australia
    4. TS 17.4 Environmental Impact Assessment of Yamuna River Mining in District Yamuna Nagar District (India): A Geo Informatics approach
      K. E.Mothi Kumar, India
    5. TS 17.5 Evaluation Different Model for Spatial – Temporal Topology
      S. Khosravi, Iran
    6. TS 17.6 Utility of VHR Remote Sensing Data for Landscape Scale Assessment of the Environmental Weed Para Grass on a Tropical Floodplain
      J.Boyden, Australia
    Section TS27: Environmental Health
    1. TS 27.1 Air Quality Mapping Using Based on Landsat TM Band Ratio Technique
      H. S. Lim, Malaysia
    2. TS 27.2 Remote Sensing Measurements of Aerosol Optical Thickness and Correlation with In-Situ Air Quality Parameters During a Haze Episode in Thailand
      Chew Boon Ning, Singapore
    3. TS 27.3 Impact Of Climate And Land Cover/Use Variability On Vector Borne Diseases: An Analysis Of Epidemic Outbreaks Of Malaria And Dengue Incidence
      Sumith Pathirana, Australia
    4. TS 27.4 Generating a Dengue Risk Map (DRM) Based on Environmental Factors Using Remote Sensing and Gis Technologies
      Siti Morni Umor, Malaysia
    5. TS 27.5 Application of Geo-Informatics for Leptospirosis Study in Narkronratchasrima Province, Thailand
      Kridsakron Auynirundronkool, Thailand
    6. TS 27.6 Mapping for Growth and Highly Contagious Diseases of Livestock in Mongolia
      D. Sodnomragchaa, Mongolia
    Section TS10: Forestry
    1. TS 10.1 Characterization of Land Cover Heterogeneity on MODIS Image using Finer Spatial Resolution
      of Landsat-7ETM Image in Labanan Forest Concession, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

      Yousif Ali Hussin, The Netherlands
    2. TS 10.2 Forest Biomass Estimation Using Remote Sensing Data and GIS
      Takahiko Sugihara, Japan
    3. TS 10.3 Density Mapping of Haloxylon Plantation Using ETM & IRS Satellite Data
      Mohammad Dowlati, Iran
    4. TS 10.4 Improving Estimation of Forest Stands Volume and Tree Density Using Remotely Sensed and Ancillary Data
      Jahangir Mohammadi, Iran
    5. TS 10.5 Using Biophysical Parameter from SPOT-5 to Estimate Yield in Teak Plantation
      Kampanay Deeudomchan, Thailand
    6. TS 10.6 Satellite and Tower Flux Comparisons of Tropical Forest Functioning and Resilience in the Mekong River
      Alfredo R. Huete, USA
    7. TS 10.7 Mapping Net Primary Production Using Super-Resolution MODIS Satellite Data
      Abd Wahid Rasib, Malaysia
    Section TS14: Forestry(2)
    1. TS 14.1 Conifer Tree Classification with Spectral Angle and Entropy Method
      Jyrki Tuominen, Findland
    2. TS 14.2 Developing the Fundamental District Map Construction Method for Selecting Forest Location Using GIS and RS
      Myung-Hee Jo, Korea
    3. TS 14.3 Determination of the Optimum Plot Area for Beech Structure in Shastkola Forest
      Ali Mastouri, Iran
    4. TS 14.4 Extraction of Forest Canopy from Airborne Laser Scanning Data
      Chao-Yuan Lo, China Taipei
    5. TS 14.5 Forest Coherent SAR Simulation within PolSARpro: an Educational Toolbox for PolSAR and PolInSAR Data Processing
      Mark L. Williams, Australia
    6. TS 14.6 Building An Open Source Webgis For Forest Dynamics Plots
      Jan Jihn-Fa, China Taipei
    Section TS18: Geology/Acheology
    1. TS 18.1 Geological and Structural Setting of Wadi Hodein Area South Eastern Egypt with Application of Remote Sensing
      M.M. Abdeen, Egypt
    2. TS 18.2 Image Processing Techniques for Hydrothermal Alteration Mapping, North of Baft Area, Kerman Province, Iran.
      Hojjatollah Ranjbar, Iran
    3. TS 18.3 Extraction of Remains with Satellite Data in the Mojos Civilization
      Naoki Okada, Japan
    4. TS 18.4 Extraction of the Ancient Amazon Civilization Using TERRA/ASTER Data
      Kohta Imai, Japan
    5. TS 18.5 Gold Mapping using Remote Sensing and Related Datasets
      Noraini Surip, Malaysia
    6. TS 18.6 Application of Remote Sensing in Iranian Desert Geomorphological Studies
      A. Sepehr, Iran
    7. TS 18.7 An Integrated Lineament Analysis from Satellite Images
      Gulcan Sarp, Turkey
    Section TS26: Georeferencing
    1. TS 26.1 The Resolution of Key Problems in SAR Image Ortho-Rectification
      Zhang Bo, China
    2. TS 26.2 Template Image Preparation To Register The High Resolution Satellite Data
      Kyaw Sann Oo, Japan
    3. TS 26.3 Tie-point Automatic Matching of Multi-Sensor Images using Edge Detection base on Thinning Algorithm
      Yong-il Lee, Korea
    4. TS 26.4 Super Resolution Reconstruction of Noisy, Blurred and Aliased Low Resolution Images Under Compression 
      Liyakathunisa, India
    5. TS 26.5 Phase Correlation based Marquardt-Levenberg Techniquefor Registration of Multitemporal Remote Sensing Images
      Hassan Ghorbani, Iran
    6. TS 26.6 Automated Geometric Correction of GOES-9 images using Automatically Extracted Control Points
      Hyunsuk Kim, Korea
    Section TS11: GIS Decision Support and Models
    1. TS 11.1 A Watershed-Scale Assessment of Present and Future Carbon Stock: GIS Application in Khlong Yai Watershed of Thailand
      Rajendra P. Shrestha, Thailand
    2. TS 11.2 From Process to Pattern in LUCC - An Agent-Based Model of Agricultural Land Use Change by Coupling with GIS
      Wu Wenbin, Japan
    3. TS 11.3 Spatial Economic Valuation using GIS: Agricultural Aspect
      Surassawadee Phoompanich, Thailand
    4. TS 11.4 An Integrated Web-GIS System to Evaluate Land Use Sustainability
      Tien-Yin Chou, China Taipei
    5. TS 11.5 Developing Environmental Information System using Webgis Technology of a Case Study in the Can Tho City, Vietnam
      Long Bui Ta, Vietnam
    Section TS15: GIS Decision Support and Models (2)
    1. TS 15.1 Using GIS and Geo-statistics Techniques to Predict Water Table Depth: Case Study, Lamerd, Fars Province, Iran
      S. R. Fallah Shamsi, Iran
    2. TS 15.2 GIS Based Rainfall-Runoff Modelling for Agricultural Watershed
      M. Gopal Naik, India
    3. TS 15.3 Estimation of Rainfall Spatial Interpolation Methods in North-East Thailand
      Watinee Thavorntam, Thailand
    4. TS 15.4 The Validation of Mud Spreading Model Using Multitemporal Satellite Images
      Gatot H. Pramono, Indonesia
    5. TS 15.5 Modeling a Strategy of Rescuing Optimization in GIS
      Mahmoud Reza Delavar, Iran
    6. TS 15.6 Geovisualization of Disaster Potential Evaluation on Hillside Areas Around Taipei
      Zhe-Ping Shen, China Taipei
    Section TS34: High Resolution Data Processing
    1. TS 34.1 Multi-Scale Information Extraction from High Resolution Remote Sensing Imagery and Region Partition Methods Based on GMRF-SVM
      Zhanfeng Shen, China
    2. TS 34.2 Application of a Generic Sensor Orientation Model to SPOT 5, Quickbird and ALOS Imagery
      C.Fraser, Australia
    3. TS 34.3 Assessment Of Land Use In Forescene And Backscene Zone Of Bosphorus By Using Ikonos Data
      Sancar Buhur, Turkey
    4. TS 34.4 Road Extraction from High Resolution Satellite Image by using Double Circle
      Tsukasa Hosomura, Japan
    5. TS 34.5 Absolute Radiometric Calibration of KOMPSAT-2 High Resolution Image
      Jun-hwa Chi, Korea
    6. TS 34.6 Application Of High Resolution Satellte Image For Landuses Mapping And Flood Extent Delineation For Flood Diversion Planning In Upper Pasak River Basin, Thailand
      Sombat Chuenchooklin, Thailand

    7. TS 34.7 Environmental Study of Command Area in Semi Arid Zone of Rajastan Using High Resolution Satellite Data and GIS
      Narpat Singh Rathore, India
    Section TS4: Hydrology
    1. TS 4.1 Validation of Estimated TRMM Rainfall Data by Rain Gauges Over Northern Iran
      G.H. Askary, Iran
    2. TS 4.2 Evaluation of Snow-Cover Maps Over Northeastern Asia Derived from AVHRR, MODIS and MTSAT Data
      Kei Oyoshi, Japan
    3. TS 4.3 Assessments of Forest Water Yield Using Satellite Remote Sensing Technique Due to Landscape Development in Large Tropical Rainforest Catchments for Sustainable Management
      Ab. Latif Ibrahim, Malaysia
    4. TS 4.4 Determining the Lengths of the Principal Rivers of the World
      Shaochuang Liu, China
    5. TS 4.5 Flashflood Modeling by Integrated RS, GIS and Hydrological Simulations and its Application to Disaster Mitigation
      Jessie Linn P. Ablao, Philippines
    6. TS 4.6 Remote Sensing Based Water Level Monitoring Model for Shallow Groundwater in Arid Region of Northwest China
      Shi-bing Pan, China
    Section TS8: Hydrology(2)
    1. TS 8.1 Analysis of Meandering Effects Using Digital Elevation Model Integrated with Remotely Sensed Data
      Sinasi Kaya, Turkey
    2. TS 8.2 Relationship Between Altimeter Data And Areal Extent Of Water In The Lake Chad Basin
      A. T. Ibrahim, Hong Kong
    3. TS 8.3 Detection of Water Volume Changes in Lar Dam using ETM+ imagery
      Mir Hassan Miryaghoobzadeh, Iran
    4. TS 8.4 Remote Sensing of the Changes of Lakes Area in the West of China in the Lastest 20 Years
      Liu Ruixia Liu Yujie, China
    5. TS 8.5 Water Quality Monitoring in Malaysia Using MODIS and AVHRR Imageries
      Azrul Nizam, Malaysia
    6. TS 8.6 GIS and RS Based Solution in Preparing of Water Management Schedule for Paddy Fields
      Chaminda Saman Rathnayake, Sri Lanka
    7. TS 8.7 CP/MAS 13C NMR Spectral Studies on Humic Acids Derived from Polluted Soils
      R.D. Senthilkumar, Oman
    Section TS39: Hyperspectral Data Processing
    1. TS 39.1 A Classification Model of Hyperion Image Base on SAM Combined Decision Tree
      Wang Zhenghai, China
    2. TS 39.2 Spectral Mixture Analysis Of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Data
      Helmi Zulhaidi Mohd Shafri, Malaysia
    3. TS 39.3 Application Of Airborne Hyperspectral Sensing For Tropical Forest Mapping
      Affendi Suhaili, Malaysia
    4. TS 39.4 A Fractal Technique Based Upon Power Laws for Estimating Earth Objects Area and Perimeter by Using Hyper-spectral Sensing
      Abdolreza Ansari Amoli, Iran
    5. TS 39.5 Improving Predictive Capability of Hyperspectral Visible and Near-Infrared Attributed to Rice Crop Variables using Genetic Algorithm Partial Least Square
      Muhammad Evri, Japan
    6. TS 39.6 Clay Information Extraction based on SAM of ASTER SWIR Image
      Cheng Bo, China

    Section TS19: Image Classification
    1. TS 19.1 Improving Rice Classification Using Multitemporal Data with Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms
      Ithiphol Ekahitanonda and Sally E. Goldin, Thailand
    2. TS 19.2 The Spectra of Fire Severity in the Tropical Savanna Woodlands of Northern Australia: “Look Mum, No Imagery!”
      Andrew Craig Edwards, Australia
    3. TS 19.3 Region Segmentation of Multi-spectral Remote Sensing Images Based on JSEG Algorithm
      Liu Tingting, China
    4. TS 19.4 Comparison of Pixel-based, Object-Based and Sequential Masking Classification Procedures for Land Use and Land Cover Mapping using Multiple Sensors SAR in Sweden
      Md. Latifur Sarker, Hong Kong
    5. TS 19.5 Urban Land Cover Classification using ALOS PALSAR Data
      Damdinsuren Amarsaikhan, Mongolia
    6. TS 19.6 Classification of 3D Object in Feature Level Data Fusion 
      Ahmad Javahery, Iran
    7. TS 19.7 Effects of Leaf Water Content on Reflectance
      Liew Soo Chin, Singapore
    Section TS28: Immersive Virtual GIS
    1. TS 28.1 Development of Digital City Using 3D GIS and Its Application to Visualization of Earthquake Disaster
      Keita Kato, Japan
    2. TS 28.2 Development of 3D Modeling Method using VR-GIS
      Sang-Hun Song, Korea
    3. TS 28.3 Mesh Refinement for 3D Terrain Visualization
      Huan-Chi Chiu, China Taipei
    4. TS 28.4 A Hybrid System for Semi-Automatic 3D Building Modeling
      Jiann-Yeou Rau, China Taipei
    5. TS 28.5 Producing Photorealistic Landscapes on a 3D City Model Platform
      Yong Kiat Tan, Singapore

    Section TS29: Innovation Problem Solving
    1. TS 29.1 Normalized Different Vegetation Index for Water Pipeline Leakage Detection
      Faidrullah Sheikh Naimullah, Malaysia
    2. TS 29.2 Using Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) for Detecting Leakage in Water Pipes
      Asmidar Abu Bakar, Malaysia
    3. TS 29.3 Decision Support System for Water Pipeline Leakage Based on Integrated GIS, Remote Sensing and Hydraulic Models
      Samsudin Ahmad, Malaysia
    4. TS 29.4 Geocoding as the Ideal Parcel Reference System in Sri Lanka
      HRS Thilakarathne, Sri Lanka
    5. TS 29.5 Prototype Development Of Value-Adding Internet Map Service Based On Geospatial Web Service
      Chiao-Ling Kuo, China Taipei
    Section TS22: Landuse/Landcover
    1. TS 22.1 Detecting Land Use Change using ALOS/AVNIR-2 Image, Landsat/ETM+ Image and Land Use Map
      Shigeo Ogawa, Japan
    2. TS 22.2 Application of Ortho Photo, Spot-5 and GIS Technology for Land Use and Land Cover Mapping in Phetchaburi Province
      Damrong Buapradabkul, Thailand
    3. TS 22.3 Long-Term Landuse Map Update Using Satellite Imagery for Mesoscale Environmental Assessment
      Fuan Tsai, China Taipei
    4. TS 22.4 Classification of Cropland using ADEOS-II/GLI Global Mosaic Data
      Noriko Soyama, Japan
    5. TS 22.5 A New BRDF Model for POLDER-1 BRDF Database, Based on the Shadowing Theory
      Yoshiyuki Kawata, Japan
    6. TS 22.6 Land Cover Changes (1972-2005) Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques (Case study: Neka, North Iran)
      M. Vakili, Iran
    Section TS25: Landuse/Landcover(2)
    1. TS 25.1 High-Resolution Mapping of the Seasonal Changes in Leaf Area Index and Above Ground Biomass in Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, China
      Hideki Kobayashi, Japan
    2. TS 25.2 Analysis for Relation between Land Use of Watersheds and Marine Nutrients in Rivers Using Remote Sensing and GIS
      Daisuke Kunii, Japan
    3. TS 25.3 Application of Remote Sensing Detection and GIS Analysis to the Analysis of Vegetation Pattern Dynamics in the Yellow River Delta National Nature Reserve
      Song Chuang-Ye, China
    4. TS 25.4 Ground Observation of Walnut Phenology and Validation of MODIS/NDVI in Monitoring Deciduous Forest Phenology
      Tsuyoshi Akiyama, Japan
    5. TS 25.5 Development of Method for Detection of Grazing Activities with Time-Series Satellite Images in Plateau Region
      Hiroyuki Miyazaki, Japan
    6. TS 25.6 The Information Supervision System on Land Use in China
      Zhang Jingbo, China
    7. TS 25.7 Image Classification Using SVMs: One-Against-Many Vs One-Against-One
      Anthony Gidudu, South Africa
    Section TS40: Navigation System
    1. TS 40.1 Application of Wavelet Based Neural Network to Modeling of L1 GPS Timing Error
      M. R. Mosavi, Iran
    2. TS 40.2 Studying the Pollarding Conditions in Northern Zagros Forests
      Aiuob Moradi, Iran
    3. TS 40.3 Development of Mobile Weather Service System Based on the Location Based Service
      Daeyun Shin, Japan
    4. TS 40.4 Temporal and Spatial Variations of the Ionospheric TEC over the Korean Peninsula
      Sang-hoon Park, Korea
    5. TS 40.5 The Accuracy and Reliability Analysis for Future GNSS in China Taipei Region
      Meng-Lun Tsai, China Taipei
    6. TS 40.6 Improving GPS Kinematic Positioning Accuracy with Multiple Reference Stations
      Kang-Wen Chu, China Taipei
    Section : Planery Session
    1. PL 1 Development of a Natural Damage Assessment System Based on Remote Sensing and Bio-physical Models
      Ali Sharifi, The Netherlands
    2. PL 2 Comparison Of Passive Microwave Sea Ice Algorithms For Detecting The Trend Of Global Warming
      Kohei Cho, Japan
    3. PL 3 Function and Applications of Remote Sensing Satellite from China
      Tong Qingxi, China
    4. PL 4 New Approach for DTM Generation from LIDAR Data
      Ayman F. Habib, Canada
    Section :Poster Session PS1.G1
    1. PS1.G1. 1 Web-Based Real Estate Database Inquiry and Display with Embedded Google Earth Maps
      Huang-Chen Liu, China Taipei
    2. PS1.G1. 2 Web 2.0 GIS for the Simulation of GNSS Availability in Urban Areas
      Yong-Cheol Suh, Korea
    3. PS1.G1. 3 Environmental Monitoring in Mongolia Supported with MODIS and FY-2C Satellite Data
      M. Erdenetuya, Mongolia
    4. PS1.G1. 4 Contribution of the NGIC Project to the Environmental Sustainability in Mongolia
      D.Narantuya, Mongolia
    5. PS1.G1. 5 Spatial Planning Support Using a Group Map Table
      Marjan van Herwijnen, The Netherlands
    6. PS1.G1. 6 Modelling of Locating Waste Burying Site (Landfill) in Rural Areas by Using the Geographic Information System (GIS); A Case Study of Bostanabad’s Rural Aeas in Iran
      Alireza Khajeshakouhi, Iran
    7. PS1.G1. 7 Scenario Simulation of Water Supply Network
      Ji-Hao Lin, China Taipei
    8. PS1.G1. 8 Evaluating Land Suitability for Industrial Sugarcane with GIS Modeling.
      Paiboonsak S, Thailand
    9. PS1.G1. 9 GIS-Based Land Suitability Evaluation For Rapeseed (Brassica Napus L.) Oil Crop
      Ghasemi Pirbalouti, Iran
    10. PS1.G1.10 Using Scenario Analysis for Assessing Ecological Capability of Land in Sustainable Management of Watersheds, Case Study Rahim-abad Fasa
      S.R. Fallah, Iran
    11. PS1.G1.11 Application of GIS in Desertification Assessment of Sistan Plain in Iran Using Medalus Method
      Adel Sepehr, Iran
    12. PS1.G1.12 Study on Index Model of Communication Based on Self-Information
      Jun Kumagai, Japan
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G2
    1. PS1.G2.1 Land Change Reporting System: A Web-based GIS Application
      Li-Ling Wang, China Taipei
    2. PS1.G2.2 Site Selection for Coal and Cement Industries in Kerman Province, Iran by using knowledge driven Fuzzy logic
      Hojjatollah Ranjbar, Iran
    3. PS1.G2.3 Analysis Of Slope Stability Using Remote Sensing And GIS
      Hamdan Omar, Malaysia
    4. PS1.G2.4 Predicting and Mapping the Deforestation Area using Probability Model.
      Jung-soo Lee, Korea
    5. PS1.G2.5 Management of Natural Resources Information in Mongolia
      Damdinsuren Amarsaikhan, Mongolia
    6. PS1.G2.6 Integrating Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System for Determination of Endangered Wildlife Biodiversity Index
      Mohd Rizaludin Mahmud, Malaysia
    7. PS1.G2.7 Ontology Development for Earth Observation Data Sharing
      Masahiko Nagai, Japan
    8. PS1.G2.8 Visualization of People Flow in Regional City Using Flow Analysis Platform
      Keiichi Sato, Japan
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G3
    1. PS1.G3.1 Estimating Actual Evapotranspiration Through Remote Sensing Techniques to Improve Agricultural Water Management: A Case Study of Indo Gangatic Region
      Baburao Dashrath Kamble, Thailand
    2. PS1.G3.2 Monitoring and Mapping of Kariz (Qanat) using ASTER and IRS P5 Satellite Data (A case study: Damghan desert region, Iran)
      S. R. Mousavi, Iran
    3. PS1.G3.3 Analysis of River Disturbance Using GIS Techniques and Aerial Photographs
      Eunji Park, Korea
    4. PS1.G3.4 Assessment the Efficiency of Different Interpolation Methods for Estimation of Yearly Rainfall Stations Missing Data
      Sina Alaghmand, Malaysia
    5. PS1.G3.5 Inputs from remote sensing for Improving Fresh Water Resources Management in arid region - An example from Kuwait
      Saif ud din, Kuwait
    6. PS1.G3.6 Modeling Runoff In Landslide Affected Zones With Remote Sensing Parameterization
      Enrico Paringit, Philippines
    7. PS1.G3.7 Develop an Appropriate Vegetation Index for Assessing Rangeland Degradation in Semi-Arid Areas
      Majid Ajorlo, Malaysia
    8. PS1.G3.8 Management of the Land to Reduce Erosion Risks Using GIS
      S.Modallaldoust, Iran
    9. PS1.G3.9 Different of Abandoned Field Vegetation Using Ground Observation and Satellite Image Data
      Seijiro Goto, Japan
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G4
    1. PS1.G4.1 Measurement and Modeling to Estimate Soil Moisture using Microwave Scatterometer
      Junichi Susaki, Japan
    2. PS1.G4.2 Integrating Formosat-2 Satellite High-Temporal And High-Spatial Imagery With Field Data To Monitor Growth And Predict Yield Of Rice Crop
      Chwen-Ming Yang, China Taipei
    3. PS1.G4.3 Canopy Water Stress Monitoring In Wheat Using Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Satellite Data
      M.H. Kalubarme, India
    4. PS1.G4.4 Estimation of Leaf Chlorophyll Concentration in Winter Wheat at Anthesis Stage using Ground-Based and Aerial Hyperspectral Data
      Shinya Tanaka, Japan
    5. PS1.G4.5 Estimation Of Nitrogen In Rice Crop Using Unmanned Helicopter Mounted Sensor Images
      Kishore C. Swain, Thailand
    6. PS1.G4.6 As Study on Formation of Gullies and Depth Development Modeling in Loess Formation of North-East Golestan Provience by using GIS Technique
      Ali Mastouri, Iran
    7. PS1.G4.7 Monitoring of Agricultural Fields in Miyagi Prefecture Using Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Data
      Kazumasa Osawa, Japan
    8. PS1.G4.8 Prospect Future Food Demand and Supply with Agricultural Modelling
      Kenji Sugimoto, Japan
    9. PS1.G4.9 Using ETM+ Satellite imagery and GIS for Soil Erosion Mapping, Case Study: Abshirin Subcatchment, Iran
      Hadi Tahmasbi Nejad, Iran
    10. PS1.G4.10 Energy Budget over Reclaimed Land Covered with Vegetation
      Kim Hee-Jong, Korea
    11. PS1.G4.11 Spatial Prediction of Soil Salinity in the Arid Zones using ASTER Data
      T. Tajgardan, Iran
    12. PS1.G4.12 Research on the Value of Soil and Fertilization Conservation in Loess Plateau in Northern Shaanxi Pronvice of China
      Lijing, China
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G5
    1. PS1.G5.1 Flood Risk Assessment In The Flood Plain of Bagmati River In Nepal
      Tanka Prasad Kafle, Thailand
    2. PS1.G5.2 Flooding Area in the Jakarta Province on February 2 to 4 2007
      Mangapul P.Tambunan, Indonesia
    3. PS1.G5.3 Application Of Newmark Model For Earthquake Triggered Landslide Susceptibility Assessment In Guinsaugon Area, Philippines
      J S M Fowze, Thailand
    4. PS1.G5.4 Application of C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar Data and Digital Elevation Model to Evaluate the Conditions of Flood-Affected Paddies: Chi River Basin, Thailand
      Chattichai Waisurasingha, Thailand
    5. PS1.G5.5 Surface Displacement Around Mud Volcano, East Java captured by InSAR using PALSAR Data
      Tomonori Deguchi, Japan
    6. PS1.G5.6 Retrieving the History of Land Subsidence by Using Remote-sensing Imagery
      Hsiao-Yun Lin, China
    7. PS1.G5.7 Development of Open Source Software for Multi-temporal Disaster and Natural Resources Monitoring Across Network with Dynamic Data Exchange
      Wanapong Kaewsing, Thailand
    8. PS1.G5.8 Validation hotspot from MOD14
      Yootthapoom Potiracha, Thailand
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G6
    1. PS1.G6.1 Landslide Hazard Zonation For Paya Terubung - Relau Slope Terrains In Penang Island
      Fauziah Ahmad, Malaysia
    2. PS1.G6.2 Landslide Susceptibility Mapping using GIS
      Arzu Erener, Turkey
    3. PS1.G6.3 Detection of Smoke Haze From Vegetation Fires Using MODIS Aerosol Products
      Chia Aik Song, Singapore
    4. PS1.G6.4 E-Flood Map: Flood Damage Assessment in Thailand
      Anusorn Rangsipanich, Thailand
    5. PS1.G6.5 Multi-sources Data Integration for Mine Geohazards Monitoring
      Zhi Zhanga, China
    6. PS1.G6.6 RS/GIS for Flood Risk Management in Sukhothai Province
      Budsaba Uamkasem, Thailand
    7. PS1.G6.7 Extracting Flood Extent From RADARSAT SAR Data Using Neural Network
      R. Suwanwerakamtorn, Thailand
    8. PS1.G6.8 Application of Remote Sensing and GIS for Preparing Landslide Hazard Zonation Map in Maskoon Area, Iran
      Karimi Nasab Saeed, Iran
    9. PS1.G6.9 Spatial And Temporal Patterns Of The 2006 Land And Forest Fires Detected By High Resolution Satellites
      Liew Soo Chin
    Section :Poster Session PS1. G7
    1. PS1.G7.1 Evaluation of wildfire duration time over Asia using MTSAT imagery
      Yusuke Matsumura, Japan
    2. PS1.G7.2 Research on the Remote Sensing Method of Dust Storm and its Strength Calculation Modeling
      Luo jingning, China
    3. PS1.G7.3 A Method to Estimate the Amount of Airborne Sand Over the Land
      Zhen xinjiang, China
    4. PS1.G7.4 Multihazard Database Development For Supporting Disaster Management
      Agus Atmadilaga, Indonesia
    5. PS1.G7.5 Role of FOSS for Developing DINs
      M. Sadrikia, Iran
    6. PS1.G7.6 GIS Based Temporal Settlement Optimization
      K.Naghdi, Iran
    7. PS1.G7.7 Detection of Water Levels and Flood Volumes Using Digitized Aerial Images
      Hao-Hsiung Huang, China Taipei
    8. PS1.G7.8 Terra Modis Data For Disaster Monitoring Via Internet In Thailand
      Suwalak Nakya, Thailand
    9. PS1.G7.9 Application of Geographical Information System and Remote Sensing on Slide Land Recognition and Change at Lien-hua chi Experimental Forest
      Su-Fen Wang, China Taipei
    10. PS1.G7.10 Vulnerability Analysis And Risk Assessment For Flood Hazard In Atnapura Mc Area, Sri Lanka
      N.S. Vithanage, Sri Lanka
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G1
    1. PS2.G1.1 Characterization of Detailed Features in High Resolution Satellite Data for Urban Local Plans in Malaysian Perspectives
      Norzailawati Mohd Noor, Malaysia
    2. PS2.G1.2 Multi Variables Analysis of Urban Heat Islands in Alexandria, Egypt using Remote Sensing and GIS
      Lotfy Azaz, Oman
    3. PS2.G1.3 Skewness- A new Spacial Feature to Extract Urbanized Area in Beijing Metropolitan Region
      Li Xi, China
    4. PS2.G1.4 Estimation of Urban Tree Canopy Volume Using Airborne LiDAR Data and Remote Sensing Imagery: A Case Study on NCKU Campus
      Chun-Yi Hsiao, China Taipei
    5. PS2.G1.5 Characterizing the Urban Growth from 1975 to 2003 of Hanoi City Using Remote Sensing and a Spatial Metric
      Pham Minh Hai, Vietnam
    6. PS2.G1.6 A Cloud Area Estimation Method For GMS Image
      Hiroshi Hiranaka, Japan
    7. PS2.G1.7 Detection of Car Speed from Aerial Photographs and QuickBird Images
      Liu Wen, China
    8. PS2.G1.8 Impact Of Mining Activity On The Environment
      Ch. Bolorchuluun, Thailand
    9. PS2.G1.9 Object-Based Change Detection : The Tsunami Disaster Case
      Supannee Tanathong, Thailand
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G2
    1. PS2.G2.1 Forest Stand Density Mapping Using Landsat ETM Data Loveh Forest, North of Iran
      Jahangir Mohammadi, Iran
    2. PS2.G2.2 A Study On The Evapotranspiration Of Old-Growth Cypress Using Remote Sensing Techniques
      Chi-Chuan Cheng, China Taipei
    3. PS2.G2.3 Estimation of Tropical Forest Biomass for Assessment of Carbon Sequestration Using Regression Models and Remote Sensing in Berau, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
      Yousif Ali Hussin, The Netherlands
    4. PS2.G2.4 Biomass estimation by coupling LiDAR data with Forest growth model in conifer plantation
      Hitoshi Taguchi, Japan
    5. PS2.G2.5 Observations of a mangrove forest, Bangladesh from Landsat imagery.
      Mariam Akhter, Bangladesh
    6. PS2.G2.6 Sun and View Angle Effects on MODIS Derived NDVI
      D. Gerelmaa, China Taipei
    7. PS2.G2.7 Texture analysis of high resolution satellite imagery with different resolution and sensors for retrieving forest structure information
      Naoyuki Furuya, Japan
    8. PS2.G2.8 Landscape Structure Change by Abandoned Forest Thinning
      Hiroshi Sasakawa, Japan
    9. PS2.G2.9 Evaluating the Capability of SPOT5 Data in Monitoring Pollarding Forest Areas of Northern Zagros (Case Study: Kurdistan, Pollarded Forests of Baneh)
      Aiuob Moradi, Iran
    10. PS2.G2.10 Mapping Of Planting Progress In Industrial Tree Plantations Of Sarawak Using Broad Band Spectral Indices
      Affendi Suhaili, Malaysia
    11. PS2.G2.11 Parameterization of Spatial-3PG Model to Estimate Gross Primary Productivity for Deciduous Broadleaf Forest
      Supannika Potithep, Japan
    12. PS2.G2.12 An Application of Google Earth for Forest Inventory Analysis in Alishan Area
      Chia-Hui Shih, China Taipei
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G3
    1. PS2.G3.1 Estimating Maximum Air Temperature in Khoozestan Province Using NOAA Satelite Images Data and Artificial Neural Network
      Ali Rahimi Khoob, Iran
    2. PS2.G3.2 Determination of Total Precipitable Water using MODIS Images and Radiosonde Data (Case study: Mehrabad station in Tehran)
      S.M. Pourbagher, Iran
    3. PS2.G3.3 An Evaluation Method Of The Retrieved Physical Quantity From High Resolution Spectrum Using Analysis Of Variance In Experimental Design
      Matsuhiro Tomosada, Japan
    4. PS2.G3.4 An Analysis of Temporal Variation of Net Primary Productivity (NPP) of Tropical Forest Using Satellite Data
      Ab. Latif Ibrahim, Malaysia
    5. PS2.G3.5 Carrying Capacity for Temperature at South and East Jakarta City.
      Adi Wibowo, Indonesia
    6. PS2.G3.6 Comparison Of Surface Emissivity Ratio And Surface Wind Environment In Dry Valley, Antarctica
      Hideyuki Tonooka, Japan
    7. PS2.G3.7 Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Water Vapor Variation with GPS: On the case of Typhoon EWINIAR
      Dong-Seob Song, Korea
    8. PS2.G3.8 Investigation Of Snow And Cloud Albedo Changes In MODIS Imagery
      Mir Hassan Miryaghoobzadeh, Iran
    9. PS2.G3.9 Development of LST Retrieval Algorithms from Satellite Data Based on the Atmospheric Profile
      Ki-Ok Hong, Korea
    10. PS2.G3.10 GIS Based Water Pollution Estimation For Adopting TMDL in Urban Area
      Cholyoung Lee, Korea
    11. PS2.G3.11 Application of GIS in Solar Radiation Mapping for Malaysia
      Ayu Wazira, Malaysia
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G4
    1. PS2.G4.1 The Impact Of High Wave During 20-23 December 2006 to Coastal Erosion In The Southeastern Coast of Thailand
      Watchara Kesdech, Thailand
    2. PS2.G4.2 Using ASTER Images for Spatial Prediction Of Salinity In Arid District (Case Study: Part Of North Of Agh Ghala In Golestan Province In Iran).
      Shaban Shataee, Iran
    3. PS2.G4.3 Application of Image Processing Techniques for Mapping of Coastal Habitats along the Southern Coastal Belt of Sri Lanka
      K.T.U.S. de Silva, Sri Lanka
    4. PS2.G4.4 Haze detection and radiometric adjustment for coastal zone in Landsat TM
      JongGyu Han, Korea
    5. PS2.G4.5 Application of GIS in Solar Radiation Mapping for Malaysia
      Ayu Wazira, Malaysia
    6. PS2.G4.6 Study on Optical Property of Red Tide Algal Species
      Kang Heung-Soon, Korea
    7. PS2.G4.7 Detection of Land Activities Effect on River Mouth Changes Using Remote Sensing and GIS Application (Emphasis on Sediment Load)
      R. Zakariya, Malaysia
    8. PS2.G4.8 Ocean Wind Estimation using Radasat-1 SAR Data
      Yoon Hong-Joo, Korea
    9. PS2.G4.9 Ocean Greasiness Detection
      Yi-Chung Ke, China Taipei
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G5
    1. PS2.G5.1 Comparison of Regional Scale Evapotranspiration using NOAA-AVHRR and LANDSAT-TM Images: A Case Study In An Arid Area In The Sana’a Basin, Republic of Yemen
      Ayoub Almhab, Malaysia
    2. PS2.G5.2 Capability Of Detecting Fine-Scale Habitat Changes And Prediction Of Future Habitats Using False Coulour Aerial Images
      Ataollah Ebrahimi, Iran
    3. PS2.G5.3 Mapping Of Multitemporal Burned Peat Swamp Forest Across Multiple El-Niño Events
      Mui-How Phua, Malaysia
    4. PS2.G5.4 Drought Monitoring With Vegetation, Water And Land Surface Temperature Using Remote Sensing Data.
      Naresh Shakya, Japan
    5. PS2.G5.5 Modeling The Water Quality In Uluabat Lake By WASP7.2
      Firdes Yenilmez, Turkey
    6. PS2.G5.6 Habitat Evaluation For Ecosystem In Iriomote Island With Satellite Data
      Hiroyuki Kobayashi, Japan
    7. PS2.G5.7 A Phenology Monitoring Correspond To Satellite Observation Using Multi Point Digital Images
      Mitsunori Ishihara, Japan
    8. PS2.G5.8 Visual Query Language For Spatio-Temporal Relationships Prediction
      S. Khosravi, Iran
    9. PS2.G5.9 Recent Drought in NE Thailand: Regional Vegetation Dynamics And NDVI-Rainfall Relationships
      Piychat Ratana, Thailand
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G6
    1. PS2.G6.1 Analysis of Remote Sensing and Airborne Geophysical Data by using Fuzzy Classification and Principal Component Analysis. A Case Study of Sar Cheshmeh Poephyry Copper Mine, Iran
      Faizullah Masoomi
    2. PS2.G6.2 Sedimentomorphic Mapping of Jal Az-Zor Escarpment, Northern Kuwait Using GIS Methods
      Adeeba Essa Al-Hurban, Kuwait
    3. PS2.G6.3 Correlation Geological Discontinuity with Remote Sensing Linements; from Cameron Highlands, Pahang - Gua Musang, Kelantan
      Mohamed M GahGah, Malaysia
    4. PS2.G6.4 Spatial Analysis of Lineaments, North-West of Ankara
      Gulcan SARP, Turkey
    5. PS2.G6.5 Abstraction of Nazca Lines From ALOS Images
      Katsuya Takaku, Japan
    6. PS2.G6.6 Analytical Hierarchi Process, Remote Sensing and GIS Integration for Groundwater Development
      Ahmadou Cherif, Japan
    7. PS2.G6.7 Abstraction of Remains from Satellite Images in the Mojos Culture
      Haruki Miyasaka, Japan
    8. PS2.G6.8 Reconstruction and representation of remains in the Mojos plain by 3D images
      Kazuki Ishii, Japan
    9. PS2.G6.9 Establishment of Control Points for Digital Photogrametry to Archive 3D Model of Relics
      Yuta Ymamoto, Japan
    10. PS2.G6.10 Groundwater Monitoring Using Grace and ERS Satellite Imagery
      Maeleen Noomen, The Netherlands
    11. PS2.G6.11 Reconstruction of the Undersea Remains in Yonaguni Island
      Hiroyuki Fujita, Japan
    12. PS2.G6.12 Identification Of Holocene Geomorphic Surfaces From Remote Sensing Data On The Brahmaputra Floodplain, Bangladeshh 
      A. K. M. Khorshed Alam, Bangladesh
    Section :Poster Session PS2. G7
    1. PS2.G7.1 Classifying Arable And Non-Arable Land In Asia Using Existing Landcover Maps
      P. J. Baruah, Japan
    2. PS2.G7.2 A Study on Landuse Classification using Ortho-rectified Aerial Photographs and High Resolution Satellite Images
      Ying-Ting Huang, China Taipei
    3. PS2.G7.3 Observation of the Japanese Paddy Fields in Winter using ALOS Sensors
      Naoki Ishitsuka, Japan
    4. PS2.G7.4 Monitoring Fallow Vegetation Recovery after Shifting Cultivation using High Resolution Satellite Imagery
      Naoyuki Furuya, Japan
    5. PS2.G7.5 Landsat TM Imagery for Inundated Area Assessment on Agricultural Land
      Rizatus Shofiyati, Indonesia
    6. PS2.G7.6 Using Remote Sensing Technology For Land Cover Assessment Over Gulf And Alhassa Oasis
      H. S. Lim, Malaysia
    7. PS2.G7.7 Farmland Management and Community Resilience to Natural Hazards in the Central Vietnam
      Kei Mizuno, Japan
    8. PS2.G7.8 Implementation Of High Resolution Satellite Images For Landuses Mapping And Retention Pond Planning In The Yom River’s Floodplain In Thailand
      Udomporn Pangnakorn, Thailand
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G1
    1. PS3.G1.1 Comparative Study of Monitoring Effect on Mine Exploitation using High Resolution Satellite Images
      Chen Wei-tao, China
    2. PS3.G1.2Razaksat Bi-Directional Reflectance Function Radiometric Correction using Multitemporal Data
      Woo Shu Chuen, Malaysia
    3. PS3.G1.3Tracking Multiple Pedestrians by using Laser Range Scanner
      Xiaowei Shao, Japan
    4. PS3.G1.4 New Conceptions on Remote Sensing of Vegetation
      Long Jing, China
    5. PS3.G1.5 Reduction of Surface Emissivity Effects in CO2 Column Amount Retrieval using the 10-Micrometer Spectral Region
      Hideyuki Tonooka, Japan
    6. PS3.G1.6 Reduction of JPG and other Noise for ALOS Prisma Image
      Izumi Kamiya, Japan
    7. PS3.G1.7 Development of a Wireless Telemetry Hyperspectral Imager
      Long-Jeng Lee, China Taipei
    8. PS3.G1.8 RGB & SWIR-Airborne System Development In Taiwan
      Meng-Hsiu Wu, China Taipei
    9. PS3.G1.9 Inventory of Economically Sensitive Crops using Airborne Digital Imagery with a Case Study on Garlic Field
      Ren-Yu Li, China Taipei
    10. PS3.G1.10 UAV Based Surveillance for Geographic and Manmade Object Detection
      Afzal Ahmed, Japan
    11. PS3.G1.11Design and Development of Microstrip Antenna for C-Band Airborne SAR System
      Ng Kah Keong, Malaysia
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G2
    1. PS3.G2.1 A Semantic Method for Gridding of Airborne LIDAR Data
      Jianwei Wu, China
    2. PS3.G2.2 Precise Measurement And 3D Computer Modeling Using Close Range Laser Scanning And Photogrammetric Techniques
      Halim Setan, Malaysia
    3. PS3.G2.3 Automatic Crack Detection of Road Surfaces from Image Taken by Laser Cameras
      Xiaoguang Zhao, Korea
    4. PS3.G2.4 Change Detection of Wai-Shan-Din Sandbar by Combining Multi-Temporal imageries and Airborne LiDAR Data
      Kuo-Hsin Hsiao, China Taipei
    5. PS3.G2.5 Surface Reconstruction from LiDAR Point Cloud Data by Surface Growing
      Ying-Zhe Luo, China Taipei
    6. PS3.G2.6 An Algorithm to Automatically Extract the Roof Points from Airborne LIDAR Data
      Shih-Hong Chio, China Taipei
    7. PS3.G2.7 LIDAR Accuracy Assessment by Intensity Images and Ground Control Points
      Hsu Wei-Chen, China
    8. PS3.G2.8 New Algorithm of LIDAR Filtering With Mathematical Morphology
      LiuPei, China
    9. PS3.G2.9 A Study on Rainfall-induced Landslides in Alishan Area Using Airborne Lidar and Digital Photography
      Jin-King Liu, China Taipei
    10. PS3.G2.10 Noise Simulation of Road Traffic in Urban Area Using LIDAR Data
      Dong-Ha Lee, Korea
    11. PS3.G2.11 Efficiency Evaluation of Contour Generation from Airborne LIDAR Data
      Jae-Myoung Cho, Korea
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G3
    1. PS3.G3.1 Estimating Maximum Air Temperature in Khoozestan Province Using NOAA Satelite Images Data and Artificial Neural Network
      Ali Rahimi Khoob, Iran
    2. PS3.G3.2 Determination of Total Precipitable Water using MODIS Images and Radiosonde Data (Case study: Mehrabad station in Tehran)
      S.M. Pourbagher, Iran
    3. PS3.G3.3 An Evaluation Method Of The Retrieved Physical Quantity From High Resolution Spectrum Using Analysis Of Variance In Experimental Design
      Matsuhiro Tomosada, Japan
    4. PS3.G3.4 An Analysis of Temporal Variation of Net Primary Productivity (NPP) of Tropical Forest Using Satellite Data
      Ab. Latif Ibrahim, Malaysia
    5. PS3.G3.5 Carrying Capacity for Temperature at South and East Jakarta City.
      Adi Wibowo, Indonesia
    6. PS3.G3.6 Comparison Of Surface Emissivity Ratio And Surface Wind Environment In Dry Valley, Antarctica
      Hideyuki Tonooka, Japan
    7. PS3.G3.7 Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Water Vapor Variation with GPS: On the case of Typhoon EWINIAR
      Dong-Seob Song, Korea
    8. PS3.G3.8 Investigation Of Snow And Cloud Albedo Changes In MODIS Imagery
      Mir Hassan Miryaghoobzadeh, Iran
    9. PS3.G3.9 Development of LST Retrieval Algorithms from Satellite Data Based on the Atmospheric Profile
      Ki-Ok Hong, Korea
    10. PS3.G3.10 GIS Based Water Pollution Estimation For Adopting TMDL in Urban Area
      Cholyoung Lee, Korea
    11. PS3.G3.11 Application of GIS in Solar Radiation Mapping for Malaysia
      Ayu Wazira, Malaysia
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G4
    1. PS3.G4.1 The Impact Of High Wave During 20-23 December 2006 to Coastal Erosion In The Southeastern Coast of Thailand
      Watchara Kesdech, Thailand
    2. PS3.G4.2 Using ASTER Images for Spatial Prediction Of Salinity In Arid District (Case Study: Part Of North Of Agh Ghala In Golestan Province In Iran).
      Shaban Shataee, Iran
    3. PS3.G4.3 Application of Image Processing Techniques for Mapping of Coastal Habitats along the Southern Coastal Belt of Sri Lanka
      K.T.U.S. de Silva, Sri Lanka
    4. PS3.G4.4 Haze detection and radiometric adjustment for coastal zone in Landsat TM
      JongGyu Han, Korea
    5. PS3.G4.5 Uitlization Of DInSAR For Reconstructing 3D Coastal Geomorphology From Radarsat Fine Mode Data
      Maged Marghany, Malaysia
    6. PS3.G4.6 Study on Optical Property of Red Tide Algal Species
      Kang Heung-Soon, Korea
    7. PS3.G4.7 Detection of Land Activities Effect on River Mouth Changes Using Remote Sensing and GIS Application (Emphasis on Sediment Load)
      R. Zakariya, Malaysia
    8. PS3.G4.8 Ocean Wind Estimation using Radasat-1 SAR Data
      Yoon Hong-Joo, Korea
    9. PS3.G4.9 Ocean Greasiness Detection
      Yi-Chung Ke, China Taipei
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G5
    1. PS3.G5.1 Satellite Image Fusion for Shrimp Farm and Aquaculture Area
      Surat Jiaranaiwiwat, Thailand
    2. PS3.G5.2 Automated 3D Road Model Generation by Fusion of Circular-Scanning Laser Data and CCD Images
      Sooahm Rhee, Korea
    3. PS3.G5.3 Classification of Hyperspectral Image using Extended Subspace Method
      Hasi Bagan, Japan
    4. PS3.G5.4 Using Insitu Hyperspectral Remote Sensing to Discriminate Pest Attacked Pine Forests in South Africa
      Onisimo Mutanga, South Africa
    5. PS3.G5.5 Development of Target Detection Methods using Ground Hyperspectral Camera Image
      Sun-Hwa Kim, Korea
    6. PS3.G5.6 Geometric Accuracy and Feature Compilation Assessment of IKONOS and QUICKBIRD Satellite Imagery
      Veysel Okan Atak, Turkey
    7. PS3.G5.7 A Study of Improvements in the Efficiency of High-Resolution Remotely Sensed Image Parallel Processing
      Zhanfeng Shen, China
    8. PS3.G5.8 Effects of Topographical Information Quality on Orthorectification of High Resolution Satellite Imagery
      Toshiharu Kojima, Japan
    9. PS3.G5.9 A Fuzzy-based Contrast Enhancement for High Resolution Satellite Images
      Chi-Farn Chen, China Taipei
    10. PS3.G5.10 A Multi-scale Region Growing Segmentation for High Resolution Remotely Sensed Images
      Li-Yu Chang, China Taipei
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G6
    1. PS3.G6.1 Comparison and Adaptation of Aster Satellite Data to Landsat Tm Products
      Karel Pavelka, Czech Republic
    2. PS3.G6.2 The Study of Applying Boosting to Improve Supervised Classification Samples Feature in Rice Field
      Hui-Hsin Chen, China Taipei
    3. PS3.G6.3 Human Perception Aspects in Colour Image Quantisation
      Chakravarthy Bhagvati, India
    4. PS3.G6.4 Spectral Discrimination of Leucaena Leucocephala and Other Dominant Vegetation Types at Different Phenological Stages in The Kenting National Park of China Taipei
      Yuh-Lurng Chung, China Taipei
    5. PS3.G6.5 Development of Vegetation Index using Radiant Spectra Normalized by Their Arithmetic Mean
      Akiko Ono, Japan
    6. PS3.G6.6 Implementation Automatic Data Entry of Passport with Handwritten Recognition System 
      Mya Mya Thinn, Myanmar
    7. PS3.G6.7 Using Coupled Hidden Markov Models to Model Suspect Interactions in Digital Forensic Analysis
      Nathan Brewer, Australia
    8. PS3.G6.8 Determination the Raster-Vector Conversion Effects for Classified Remotely Sensed Data in a Watershed
      Dursun Zafer Seker, Turkey
    Section :Poster Session PS3. G7
    1. PS3.G7.1 Creation of the Atlas of Polarizing Signatures of the Balkal Natural Territory
      Natalya Yumozhapova, Russia
    2. PS3.G7.2 Speckle Noise Removal using an Adaptive Iteration Based on Bayesian Model of Lognormal Distribution and Gibbs Random Field
      Lee Sang Hoon, Korea
    3. PS3.G7.3 Soil Moisture Inversion using a Two-Component Model of Compact Polarimetric Coherence
      Mark L. Williams, Australia
    4. PS3.G7.4 A Sub-Canopy Soil Moisture Estimation Method Study using PolinSAR
      Zhen Li, China
    5. PS3.G7.5 Roughness Index and Fractal Dimension for Surface Information Extraction
      Lea Tien Tay, Malaysia
    6. PS3.G7.6 A Comparison on the Soil Moisture Retrieval Algorithms by using Passive Microwave Remote Sensing Data
      Yuei-An Liou, China Taipei
    7. PS3.G7.7 Generation of Orthoimage Control Patches and Exterior Orientation Determination of New Aerial Images
      Kun-Feng Lee, China
    Section TS30: Radar Processing
    1. TS 30.1 Processing of the Radar Images of the Baikal Natural Territory on the Basis of the Satellite Data
      D. Darizhapov, Russia
    2. TS 30.2 Spatially Variant Despeckling for Multi-Look Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar Imagery
      Ken Yoong Lee, Singapore
    3. TS 30.3 Comparison of Signal Characteristics between X-, C-, and L-band SAR Data in Forest Stand
      Jung-il Shin, Korea
    4. TS 30.4 A Binary Clique Iterative Decomposition Method for SAR Image Classification using Multifractal Dimensions
      Hse Tzia Teng, Malaysia
    5. TS 30.5 Land Subsidence Monitoring Using InSAR and GPS
      M. Hosseini, Iran
    6. TS 30.6 Correlation Studies of Rice Growth Stages Using C-Band Scatterometer and RADARSAT-1
      Harita Jamil, Malaysia
    7. TS 30.7 Identification of Threshold to Classify Water in Radarsat-1 SAR Using IRS 1D LISS LII Data and Spatial Correlation Coefficient.Abhijat A. Abhyankar, India
    8. TS 30.8 Microwave Radiometry of the Earth Covers in the L-Band with Aircraft and Satellite Means
      A.Grankov, Russia
    Section TS20: Remote Sensing And GIS Integration
    1. TS 20.1 The Purulia Pumped Storage Project, Land Use Alteration and Suffering of Local Inhabitants: A Remote Sensing-GIS Approach
      Abhisek Chakrabarty, India
    2. TS 20.2 GIS Study Of Human-Chicken Multi-Relationships In Chicken Domestication Process In Chiang Rai Province
      Khruewan Champangern, Thailand
    3. TS 20.3 Application of GIS in Rain Erosive Index Estimation
      Sina Alaghmand, Malaysia
    4. TS 20.4 Development of the Disaster Monitoring and Warning Information System for the Fishery Industry in the Pearl River Delta Region
      Chaoyang Fang, Hong Kong
    5. TS 20.5 Application of GIS and RS in Rural Water Supply Systems
      Abolghasem Akbari, Malaysia
    6. TS 20.6 Beyond Tsunami Wave West Aceh Land Cover Dynamics and Livelihoods
      Andree Ekadinata, Indonesia
    Section TS23: Remote Sensing And GIS Integration(2)
    1. TS 23.1 Studying the Recreational Potential of Chitgar Forest Park using RS and GIS Techniques
      Masoumeh Rezvanfar, Iran
    2. TS 23.2 Correlation Between Ground-Recorded And Gis Modelled Solar Radiation: Development Of Regression Equations For Australian Conditions
      Lalit Kumar, Australia
    3. TS 23.3 Predicting Asian Elephant Habitat Suitability with Satellite Data and GIS
      Mongkolsawat C, Thailand
    4. TS 23.4GIS, Remote Sensing and Image Processing Techniques Involved in Land Use and Land Cover Classification Of Hydrabad City
      Fakhruddin, India
    5. TS 23.5 Use Of Terra Aster Imagery In Gis Database Development
      Nguyen Dinh Minh, Vietnam
    6. TS 23.6 Apple orchard characterization using remote sensing and GIS in Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh
      Alka Sharma, India
    7. TS 23.7 Near Real Time Active Fire Monitoring System for Southeast Asia using MODIS Imagery
      Vivarad Phonekeo, Thailand
    Section TS32: Spatial DataBase
    1. TS 32.1 The Role of Remote Sensing Data within State Spatial Data Infrastructure
      Osman Bin Jamal, Malaysia
    2. TS 32.2 The Concept and Application of Feature-based Identification Framework in Data Sharing Environment
      Yingchiu Dia, China Taipei
    3. TS 32.3 Development of GIS Database for Field Science Center, Tohoku University using Satellite Data
      Fumiko Namiwa, Japan
    4. TS 32.4The Development of Image Information System for Road Facility Management Based on Mobile Mapping TechnologyJin-Sang Hwang, Korea
    5. TS 32.5 A Study on Accuracy Validation of Secular Changes of Tenant Locations Monitored by Detailed Time-Series Urban Dataset
      Tatsuro Osada, Japan
    6. TS 32.6 Application of GIS Mapping on Management Zones of Mae Yom National Park,Lampang and Phrae Province
      Chanika Sukawattanavijit, Thailand
    7. TS 32.7 User Requirements Analysis and the Design of an Object-Oriented Spatial Database for Multipurpose Planning : Durban Metro, South Africa
      S.O. Hagahmoodi, Sudan
    Section TS33: Spatial Planning And DSS
    1. TS 33.1 The Use of Multi-Criteria Evaluation in Spatial Policy
      Marjan van Herwijnen, The Netherland
    2. TS 33.2 Spatial Decision Support System for Groundwater Resoureces Management in Nothwestern Bangladesh
      Shamsuddin Shahid, Germany
    3. TS 33.3 Demand Analysis of Child-Care Facilities Using GIS
      Tae Woo Kim, Korea
    4. TS 33.4 Integration of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information System for the Characterization of Rice Terraces in Mountain Province
      Ian Neil Culallad, Japan
    5. TS 33.5 Predicting the Potential Distribution of Sirex Noctilio Infestations in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa: Comparisons Between Classification Trees and Random Forest Classifers
      Riyad Ismail, South Africa
    6. TS 33.6 Construction of Grid-based Monitoring Mechanism for Slopeland
      Tien-Yin Chou, China Taipei
    Section SS1: Student Session
    1. SS 1.1 Value of GIS (Education): Urban and Regional Planning
      Hester Marais, South Africa
    2. SS 1.2 Remote Sensing and GIS Integration for College GIS Education
      Mu-Lin Wu, China Taipei
    3. SS 1.3 University Level Contribution Towards Capacity Building on Geomatics
      Homindra Divithura, Sri Lanka
    4. SS 1.4 About Color Composite and Image Enhancement in Remote SensingNguyen Dinh Duong, Vietnam
    5. SS 1.5 Studying Remote Sensing and Geo-information Science Abroad: Opportunities and Challanges
      Sjaak Beerens, The Netherlands
    6. SS 1.6 How to Cultivate a Professional Career?Shunji Murai, Japan
    Section SS2: Student Session(2)
    1. SS 2.1 Introduction on ISPRS Student ConsortiumKohei Cho
    2. SS 2.2 Student Short Presentation Contest
    Section TW1: Tsunami Workshop
    1. TW 1 .1 GEOSS : Overview (Disaster Mitigation)/UN SPIDER
    2. TW 1 .2 An Early Warning System for Tsunami
    3. TW 1 .3 Malaysian National Tsunami Early Warning System
      Wan Mazlan Wan Muhammad, Malaysia
    4. TW 1 .4 RAZAKSAT™ Improves the Imaging Opportunity over Equatorial Regions
      Shamsul Azwan Samsuddin, Malaysia
    Section TW2: Tsunami Workshop(2)
    1. TW 2.1 Tsunami Hazard Assessment of Galle City
      R. Borah, Thailand
    2. TW 2.2 Tsunami Simulation Using High-Prediction Topographic Model from LIDAR
      H.Takeuchi and Ryotaro, Japan
    3. TW 2.3 Remote Sensing for Identifying the Degrees to Tsunami Damage on Agricultural Land
      Rizatus Shofiyati and Wuhyunto, Indonesia
    4. TW 2.4 Webportal
      Jay Pearlman
    Section TW3: Tsunami Workshop(3)
    1. TW 3.1 GEOSS Architecture Overview
    2. TW 3.2 Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Implementing GEOSS Using Open StandardsOGC
    3. TW 3.3 OGC DemonstrationOGC
    4. TW 3.4 Thought on Architecture – A group discussion with question and answers
    Section TW4: Tsunami Workshop(4)
    1. TW 4.1 Objectives of Breakout Groups
    2. TW 4.2 Breakout GroupsOGC
    3. TW 4.3 Report of BreakoutsOGC
    4. TW 4.4 Wokshop Summary
      Ian Dowman
    Section TS3: Urban Monitoring
    1. TS 3.1Developing Multicriteria-Group Based Planning Model to Evaluate the Compatibility of Detailed Urban Land UsesShahram Mohammadhosseinian, Iran
    2. TS3.2 Mapping Of Urban Above-Ground Biomass With High Resolution Remote Sensing Data
      Nur Aznim Mohamed, Malaysia
    3. TS 3.3Targets Positioning and Tracking in Ground Space Using Multiple PTZ CamerasLai Bing-Cyuan, China Taipei
    4. TS 3.4A Study On the Interaction Between Urumqi Urban Landuse and Urban Heat Island Using Remote Sensing Data
      Kuddus Imam, Japan
    5. TS 3.5 Analysis and Assessment of Landuse Changes in Alexandria, Egypt using Satellite Images, GIS and Modeling Techniques.
      Lotfy Azaz, Oman
    6. TS 3.6A Simple Method For Spatial Sharpening Of Thermal Satellite Images For Urban Heat Island Studies.
      Janet Nichol, Hong Kong
    Section TS7: Urban Monitoring(2)
    1. TS 7.1Coherent Point Target Analysis for Estimating Subsidence Velocity in Hong Kong with A Time Series of Envisat ASAR Data
      Zhao Qing, Hong Kong
    2. TS 7.2Global Urban Mapping Using Coarse Resolution Remote Sensing Data With The Reference Of Landsat Imagers
      Alimujiang Kasimu, Japan
    3. TS 7.3Extraction Of Urban Area Using Aster Imagery And The Existing Land Cover Data
      Ayako Tanaka, Japan
    4. TS 7.4 Urban Land Cover Change Through Development Of Imperviousness In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
      Tran Thi Van, Vietnam
    5. TS 7.5 Urban Environmental Planning : Application of Remote Sensing and GIS Data Base
      Prahlad Rai Vyas, India
    6. TS 7.6 Analysis on Urban Area Expansion in Chengdu City Based on 3S Technology
      Wenfu Peng, China

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