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PICO GM2.1

GM2.1

Frontiers in Geomorphometry and Earth Surface Dynamics: Possibilities, Limitations and PerspectivesPICO Session
Convener: Giulia Sofia  | Co-Conveners: John K. Hillier , Wolfgang Schwanghart , Susan Conway , Tobias Heckmann , Alexander Beer , Jim Chandler 
PICO
 / Wed, 15 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO Spot 1

Wednesday, 15 April 2015
PICO Spot 1
10:30–10:40
PICO1.1
EGU2015-8805
Perspective – Open problems in earth surface dynamics require innovative new methodologies from graph theory and non-linear analysis
Efi Foufoula-Georgiou, Jon Schwenk, and Alejandro Tejedor
10:40–10:42
PICO1.2
EGU2015-14881
Novel 3D imaging techniques for improved understanding of planetary surface geomorphology.
Jan-Peter Muller
10:42–10:44
PICO1.3
EGU2015-12327
4D photogrammetric technique to study free surface water in open channels
Damien Aubé, Amine Berkaoui, Fabrice Vinatier, Jean-Stéphane Bailly, and Gilles Belaud
10:44–10:46
PICO1.4
EGU2015-6351
Mimicking human expert interpretation of remotely sensed raster imagery by using a novel segmentation analysis within ArcGIS
Tim Le Bas, Anthony Scarth, and Peter Bunting
10:46–10:48
PICO1.5
EGU2015-4572
Analysis of open-pit mines using high-resolution topography from UAV
Jianping Chen, Ke Li, Giulia Sofia, and Paolo Tarolli
10:48–10:50
PICO1.6
EGU2015-5311
Analysis of glacial and periglacial processes using the SfM-MVS approach
Livia Piermattei, Luca Carturan, Fabrizio de Blasi, Paolo Tarolli, Giancarlo Dalla Fontana, and Antonio Vettore
10:50–10:52
PICO1.7
EGU2015-10571
Pattern simulation approach for elucidation of glacial relief misclassification
Jarosław Jasiewicz, Alfred Stach, and Jakub Nowosad
10:52–10:54
PICO1.8
EGU2015-873
Automated reconstruction of drainage basins and water discharge to the sea through glacial cycles
Andrew Wickert
10:54–10:56
PICO1.9
EGU2015-15488
Geostatistics for high resolution geomorphometry: from spatial continuity to surface texture
Sebastiano Trevisani
10:56–10:58
PICO1.10
EGU2015-3715
The use of Digital Elevation Models for sediment connectivity assessment: state of the art and perspectives
Marco Cavalli, Lorenzo Borselli, Stefano Crema, Lorenzo Marchi, and Olga Vigiak
10:58–11:00
PICO1.11
EGU2015-4656
Issues with using high-resolution DEMs for fluvial geomorphology modelling
Andres Castro
11:00–11:02
PICO1.12
EGU2015-3414
A new method to determine channel slopes as a proxy for erosion rates
Stefan Hergarten, Jörg Robl, and Kurt Stüwe
11:02–11:04
PICO1.13
EGU2015-15389
Topographic position of large slope failures revealed by excess topography in the Himalaya-Karakoram Ranges
Jan Blöthe, Oliver Korup, and Wolfgang Schwanghart
11:04–11:06
PICO1.14
EGU2015-11892
From raindrops to mountain-tops: modelling the co-evolution of landscapes and weather systems (withdrawn)
Declan Valters
11:06–11:08
PICO1.15
EGU2015-1593
Perspective – Synthetic DEMs: A vital underpinning for the quantitative future of landform analysis?
John K. Hillier, Giulia Sofia, and Susan Conway
11:08–11:10
PICO1.16
EGU2015-15571
Digital elevation models in the marine domain: investigating the offshore tsunami hazard from submarine landslides
David R. Tappin
11:10–11:12
PICO1.17
EGU2015-10887
Maximising returns from large datasets with sparse and variable resolution: A seamount case study
Lara Kalnins, Andrew Valentine, and Jeannot Trampert
11:12–11:14
PICO1.18
EGU2015-12778
Understanding surface processes 3D imaging from micro-scale to regional scale
Michel Jaboyedoff, Antonio Abellan, Dario Carrea, Marc-Henri Derron, Martin Franz, Antoine Guerin, Florian Humair, Battista Matasci, Clément Michoud, Pierrick Nicolet, Ivanna Penna, Benjamin Rudaz, Jeremie Voumard, and Emmanuel Wyser
11:14–11:16
PICO1.19
EGU2015-14187
Using high resolution topography of the Earth and Moon to infer the “wetness” of slope processes on Mars
Susan Conway and Matthew Balme
11:16–11:18
PICO1.20
EGU2015-3661
Determining long-term regional erosion rates using impact craters
Stefan Hergarten and Thomas Kenkmann