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Annual conference of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society and Annual NERC Earth Observation conference...


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VALERI meeting: Avignon, France 10 March...

The VALERI project (Validation of Land European Remote sensing Instruments) started in 2000 in support to the development of land biophysical products (LAI, fAPAR, fCover) from large swath European sensors (e.g. AVHRR, POLDER, VEGETATION, SEAWIFS, MSG, MERIS, AATSR, MODIS, MISR, GLI).


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SMOS AO Cal/Val...

The 1st Announcement of Opportunity for the SMOS Mission aiming specifically at Calibration and Validation activities is open now.


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New ISPRS Working Group on Automatic Calibration and Orientation of Optical Cameras...

The major goal of WG III/1 for the years 2004-2008 is to promote within ISPRS more or less fully automatic methods for calibration and orientation of images without requiring markers on the object. The WG aims to test the current state-of-the-art methods with respect to general applicability and robustness, and thereby foster further refinement and improvement of these methods.


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www.fieldspectroscopy.com...

Analytical Spectral Devices have announced the launch of an on-line discussion forum on the subject of field spectroscopy.


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Model Products Available for Archiving Environmental Data...

Biogeochemical Model Archive


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1st Announcement of Second Workshop on MERIS and AATSR Calibration and Geophysical Validation...

MAVT-2006 Workshop 20-24 March 2006 ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy


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International Calibration and Orientation Workshop, EuroCOW 2006...

25-27 January 2006, Castelldefels, Spain


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New version of SAMS released...

Version 3.2 of SAMS (Spectral Analysis and Management System) has been released by the Centre for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing (CSTARS) at the University of California, Davis. This is a very useful package for visualising and analysing spectral data from many different sources, including field spectroradiometers from the major manufacturers. A document describing how to get started with SAMS has recently been added to the NCAVEO resources page, together with some sample data.


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