Chris Hopkinson, who is now based at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada informs me that he is helping to deliver a workshop on the use of LiDAR and SAR to support water monitoring.
Here’s the info: “Due to recent advances in synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaging technology and the widespread coverage of lidar DEM data in the Province of Alberta, the University of Lethbridge is hosting a workshop to explore the uses and integration of these data sources in support of water resource and hazard monitoring as well as wetland classification.
The Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre (ATIC) is hosting this event on June 26th and 27th. All are welcome but space is limited and there are no fees, so anyone that wishes to attend MUST register at the link below to ensure they get a name badge and don’t get ‘bounced’ at the door.
Given there is no fee for this event and there are real costs involved, we are limiting total registration to 60. I ask that if anyone registers then finds they can’t attend, could they please let me know.”
PS – at present we are unable to cover the cost of lunch. If any of your institutions are willing to sponsor one or both days of participant lunches to support the Alberta centric remote sensing and water context, it would be greatly welcomed.