The workshop is part of the ISPRS (International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing) Geospatial Week, the premier ISPRS event in 2019.
The themes of the event cover a wide range of remote sensing research and applications relevant to cryosphere and hydrosphere, including, but not limited to: ice sheets, glaciers, and ice shelves, sea ice in the Arctic and Antarctic, mass balance, river and lake ice, albedo at high latitudes, permafrost, cryosphere-atmosphere interaction, Himalayan cryosphere, surface water and groundwater hydrology, coastal environments and sea-level rise, data assimilation and cryospheric and hydrological models, and retrieval of satellite cryospheric and hydrological parameters.
Extended abstracts (minimum 4 pages) should be submitted through the ConfTool website before February 4, 2019.
For more information, visit the workshop website.
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