34th EARSeL symposium

Meeting or Conference
Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, University of Warsaw (WGiSR UW)
16-20 Jun 2014
Poland (Warsaw)
Univeristy of Warsaw, Old Library

EARSeL is a scientific network of European remote sensing laboratories, coming from both academia and commercial/industrial sector, which covers all fields of geoinformation and earth observation through remote sensing. Contributions are invited in one of the following topics:

  • Scientific applications of remote sensing, emerging methods and technologies

  • Capacity building at organisations and authorities involved in environmental monitoring and protection

  • Activities dealing with natural and cultural heritage

  • Remote sensing for archaeology

  • Land use and land cover, degradation and desertification

  • Urban remote sensing

  • Oceans, coastal zones and inland waters

  • Natural and man-made disasters

  • Forestry and forest fires

  • Applications related to assist developing countries: mapping, monitoring and change analysis

  • Remote sensing and its associated support to the understanding of climate change

  • Hydrological applications: water management, underground water sources, land ice and snow.

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Event fee

Symposium- EARSeL members: €350; non- members: €400; EARSeL students: €150; non EARSeL Students: €200. Workshop- EARSeL members: €250; Non- members: €300; EARSeL students: €150; non EARSeL students: €200

What is included in the event fee

The symposium fee includes proceedings on CD ROM, the abstract book, coffee breaks and lunches. Workshop fees are reduced by 20% for participants of the symposium.

How to register

Please register online


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