Store

AdFerrero Hazelnut CompanyAd

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community

 Business Meeting--Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Business Meeting. ]

Cosponsor(s):

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community
Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 3:40 PM-4:10 PM
Renaissance Long Beach, Renaissance Ballroom II
 
Community Leader:
Urs Schulthess
Presider:
E. Raymond Hunt Jr.
3:40 PM
 
Community Business Meeting
 
 
 

 

 

The Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community is an ASA Community within the Climatology and Modeling Section.

Remote sensing has been a popular topic at ASA conferences, and involves a diversity of researchers interested in both sensor systems, analytical procedures, and applications.

Aircraft and satellite sensing is a popular method for obtaining information on the spatial and temporal distribution of vegetation and soil resources.  This community seeks to further the development and application of remote sensing in identifying, assessing, and monitoring aspects related to agronomy.
 
 
ASA 2015 sessions sponsored by this community:
 

75 Symposium--Agricultural Remote Sensing with UAVs: Challenges and Opportunities

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling

Unmanned aircraft systems are gaining a lot of interest not only among farmers but also among researchers and the general public. These systems can be used to acquire images in high detail and frequency. On the other, they also have their own challenges, such low payload capacitly limiting the type of sensors that can be mounted. UAVs are generally operated at low altitudes, causing a limited field of view but large differences in view angles. The purpose of this symposium is not only to discuss options on how to overcome these challenges but also to show case new opportunites for remote sensing based applications.

Not able to attend the meetings? Attend this live streaming session online and earn 3.5 CEU CM.
Online Registration: Member/Certified Professional price $79; Non-member Price $139

REGISTER NOW

This will register you to attend an online streaming of this CEU session as it happens live at the Annual Meetings.

Times are listed in Pacific time. ]

Cosponsor(s):

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community
Climatology & Modeling
Global Agronomy
Land Management & Conservation
Sensor-Based Nutrient Management Community
Sensor-Based Water Management Community
Monday, November 3, 2014: 1:15 PM-4:55 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Room 201B
 
Community Leader:
Urs Schulthess
Organizers:
Urs Schulthess and E. Raymond Hunt Jr.
Presider:
Urs Schulthess
1:15 PM
 
Introductory Remarks
 
1:20 PM
Regulation of UAS Operations in US Agriculture Today.
Josh J. BrungardtParadigm ISR
 
1:40 PM
Beyond Regulation, What’s Necessary for UAS to be an Accepted and Common Practice in Agriculture?.
Charles B. SpinelliThe Boeing CompanyJosh J. BrungardtParadigm ISR
 
2:00 PM
Development and Calibration of Sensors for UAVs.
Eija HonkavaaraFinnish Geodetic InstituteTeemu HakalaFinnish Geodetic InstituteLauri MarkelinFinnish Geodetic InstituteHeikki SaariVTT Technical Research Centre of FinlandIlkka PölönenUniversity of JyväskyläJere KaivosojaMTT Agrifood Research FinlandSakari TuominenFinnish Forest Research Institute
 
2:30 PM
Water Stress Detection Using Thermal and Hyperspectral Imagery Acquired from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.
Pablo J. ZARCO-TEJADAInstituto de Agricultura Sostenible (IAS)Elias FereresUniversity of CordobaVictoria Gonzalez-DugoInstituto de Agricultura Sostenible (IAS)
 
3:00 PM
 
Break
 
3:15 PM
Remote Sensing Using Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Detection of Nitrogen Deficiency in Potatoes.
E. Raymond Hunt Jr.USDA-ARSDonald A. HorneckOregon State UniversityCharles B. SpinelliThe Boeing CompanyAlan E. BruceThe Boeing CompanyJosh J. BrungardtParadigm ISR
 
3:35 PM
Airborne Spectral Indices Applied As a Breeding Selection Tool.
Maria TattarisCIMMYTMatthew P. ReynoldsCIMMYT
 
3:55 PM
4:55 PM
 
Adjourn

 

_________________________

237 Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing: I

Oral Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling

This is a general, oral session for papers related to airborne and satellite remote sensing. ]

Cosponsor(s):

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community
Climatology & Modeling
Sensor-Based Nutrient Management Community
Sensor-Based Water Management Community
Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 2:00 PM-3:35 PM
Renaissance Long Beach, Renaissance Ballroom II
 
Community Leader:
Urs Schulthess
Organizer:
Urs Schulthess
Presider:
E. Raymond Hunt Jr.
2:00 PM
 
Introductory Remarks
 
2:05 PM
A Yellowness Index for Oilseed Yield Estimation.
John J. SulikUSDA-ARSDaniel S. LongUSDA-ARS
 
2:20 PM
Monitoring Crop Growth Using Narrow-Band Multispectral Imagery Acquired from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
Tao ChengNanjing Agricultural UniversityYong LiuNanjing Agricultural UniversityNi WangNanjing Agricultural UniversityHengbiao ZhengNanjing Agricultural UniversityXiang ZhouNanjing Agricultural UniversitySiyao ChenNanjing Agricultural UniversityXia YaoNanjing Agricultural UniversityWeixing CaoNanjing Agricultural UniversityYongchao TianNanjing Agricultural UniversityYan ZhuNanjing Agricultural University
 
2:35 PM
Technology Targeting with Remote Sensing.
Urs SchulthessCIMMYTTimothy J. KrupnikCIMMYTAndrew J. McDonaldCIMMYT
 
2:50 PM
Estimating Seasonal Carbon Fluxes over Agricultural Lands Using Satellite Remote Sensing.
Varaprasad BandaruUniversity of California-DavisRoberto IzaurraldeUniversity of MarylandRasmus M HouborgKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology
 
3:05 PM
Estimation of Soil Water Content Using Short Wave Infrared Remote Sensing.
Morteza SadeghiUtah State UniversityScott B. JonesUtah State UniversityStephen BialkowskiUtah State UniversityWilliam PhilpotCornell University
 
3:20 PM
Vegetation Indices to Support Nitrogen Sidedressing in Potatoes.
Frits K. Van EvertWageningen University & Research CentreMenko H.P. DuisterwinkelWageningen UniversityCorné KempenaarPlant Research International

____________________________

 

239 Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing: II

Poster Session
ASA Section: Climatology & Modeling

This is a general poster session for papers related to airborne and satellite remote sensing. ]

Cosponsor(s):

Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community
Climatology & Modeling
Sensor-Based Nutrient Management Community
Sensor-Based Water Management Community
Tuesday, November 4, 2014: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hall ABC
 
Community Leader:
Urs Schulthess
Organizer:
Urs Schulthess
Presider:
Urs Schulthess
 
Poster #227
Unmanned Aerial System for Precision Crop Sensing.
Olga WalshMontana State UniversityArjun PandeyMontana State UniversityRobin ChristiaensMontana State University
 
 
Poster #228
UAS-Based Infrared Thermography for Evaluating Biofuel Crop Water Status.
Huihui ZhangUSDA-ARSDong WangUSDA-ARSJames E AyarsUSDA-ARS
 
 
Poster #229
Monitoring Agricultural Sustainability Using Remotely Sensed Net Primary Production over Time and Space.
Nathaniel RobinsonUniversity of MontanaJawoo KooIFPRI - International Food Policy Research InstituteCindy CoxIFPRI
 
 
Poster #230
Estimation of Leaf Dry Weight Using Hyperspectral Vegetation Indices and Continuous Wavelet Analysis for Wheat Canopies.
Xia YaoNanjing Agricultural UniversityWeixing CaoNanjing Agricultural UniversityTao ChengNanjing Agricultural UniversityYongchao TianNanjing Agricultural UniversityYan ZhuNanjing Agricultural University
 
 
Poster #231
Airborne Remote Sensing at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore: A 15 Year History.
Christopher HartmanUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShoreXavier HenryUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShoreAbhijit NagchaudhuriUniversity of Maryland Eastern ShoreGeoff BlandNASA Goddard Space Flight CenterTed MilesNASA Goddard Space Flight Center
 
 
Poster #232
Statistical Evaluation of NOAA 's Real-Time Mesoscale Analysis (RTMA) Using Florida and Georgia Automated Weather Stations.
Ana WagnerUniversity of FloridaClyde W. FraisseUniversity of FloridaKati MigliaccioUniversity of FloridaEduardo GelcerUniversity of Florida
 
 
Poster #233
Cropping System Transitions in Mississippi: Linking Remotely-Sensed Production Patterns with Planting Date Probability Maps.
Patrick J. EnglishMississippi State University Delta Research & Extension CenterSherri L. DeFauwAscend Geospatial LLCFred L. ShoreMississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce and the USDA-NASS, Delta RegionJeffrey W. JohnsonMississippi State University Delta Research & Extension Center
 

View Airborne and Satellite Remote Sensing Community Leadership Roster