After Split (2014), Thessaloniki (2015) and Chania (2016), SPLITRS 2017 is taking us to Dubrovnik, Croatia. Once again, an intensive learning remote sensing program will be offered at a great location, “a land of great natural beauty and astounding cultural heritage”. Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
FEATURES OF THE EVENT:
Thematic Issue of the South-East European Forestry (SEEFOR) Journal. The proposed deadline for the submission:30 June 2017 (http://www.seefor.eu/thematic-issue-rs.html).
FIELD TRIP TO LOKRUM ISLAND
LiDAR processing with LAStools
The DART model (Discrete Anisotropic Radiative Transfer)
Biophysical parameters for monitoring and evaluating ecosystem biodiversity
Maritime phenomena seen in SAR image
Synthetic Aperature Radar (SAR): Maritime phenomena and Oil detection
Coastal monitoring using UAV
Pattern recognition techniques for remote sensing
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