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Lauri Korhonen Jun 29
📢We have an open 4-year post-doc position in the new project:
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Thorsten Markus Jan 22
Smoke from the Australian fires seen by . Check out the quicklook images of the atmosphere products. Polar projections are a the bottom.
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Thorsten Markus 10 Nov 19
With at Casey Station to do some ground validation of Thank you for getting us here
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Vishu Nandigam Dec 10
Using lasers to explore the globe with - flash talk by 's Amy Steiker at the NASA booth #535 -
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OpenAltimetry Sep 22
Users can now overlay corresponding level-3A datasets (ATL06, ATL08, etc) on top of the global geolocated data.
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🇧🇿 Belize GEO 🛰️ Jul 7
BTW, do *you* use 's data (e.g. their canopy height data)? Complete their 2020 Applications Community questionnaire: .
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Deo Nov 6
Measurement of fault vertical displacement along the Philippine Fault using / ATLAS data from . Alternative way if you don't have local LiDAR data. Probably, the first in the Philippines.
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Lauri Korhonen May 27
Looking forward to some exciting space laser science!
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Sotiris Valkaniotis Jul 13
satellite penetrates forest canopy and can map ground surface; ATLAS Lidar instrument profile over thick forest vegetation in central Yucatán, - comparison with SRTM 1-Arc elevations. Photon height data from
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Keiko Feb 17
Good opportunity to read more about the application of
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Tommaso Parrinello Sep 15
, that brought in sync with , was a campaign long in the making and it took the tireless effort of a dedicated group of individuals from , and to plan and execute it flawlessly. I couldn't be more proud of our team!
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Ladies of Landsat Feb 17
. & Pitts (2019) present a photon-counting methodology for extracting terrain and canopy heights in the product from and examine simulated data, methods applied👇on ACTUAL data in updated figure 🎉🛰
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Dr. Joanne C. White Oct 2
vertical errors in terrain < 75 cm. Canopy height errors minimized by using strong beam+ night+summer acquisitions. Use of weak beams increased underestimation of canopy height by 1.06 m & increased RMSE by 8.08%. Beam choice is key for accurate canopy height retreival.
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🇧🇿 Belize GEO 🛰️ Feb 21
Want to be current on the spaceborne data? Here's our list of recommended reading: 1/6: Neumann et al. (2019)'s overview paper from the journal RSE
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Dr Sinead L Farrell Nov 27
We're enjoying the golden era of w/ both & but our current capabilities do not look set to last, which as a global citizen, let alone a sea ice scientist, worries me deeply. Highlighted by
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Rebekke Muench Oct 2
terrain and canopy height validation!
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Sotiris Valkaniotis Jun 18
First identification & measurement of fault trace scarps using / ATLAS data from & . Fault scarps have a height of 0.5 - 2 meters. Amazing detail of ICESat2 ATLAS profiles! Dec 10 2017 Mw 6 earthquake in Eastern Iran.
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OpenAltimetry Sep 29
The OpenAltimetry paper is now available (Open Access) on -
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Nathan Thomas Apr 3
To celebrate our new paper this week on , and simulated data in Sonoma county, CA, here's a shot of a small scientist among very tall trees during fieldwork in Sonoma
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Dr Sinead L Farrell Nov 25
Not too interested in cooking a turkey, or watching football tomorrow? Why not check out my recent Jones Seminar instead: "Exploring Arctic Sea Ice" with and others: via
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