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PICO GM2.1/GI3.7/NH3.17/SSS12.26


Frontiers in Geomorphometry and Earth Surface Dynamics: Possibilities, Limitations and Perspectives (co-organized)PICO Session
Convener: Giulia Sofia 
Co-Conveners: John K. Hillier , Susan Conway 
Session details
 / Tue, 19 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 2
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Tuesday, 19 Apr 2016
PICO spot 2
10:30–10:40 PICO2.1
Detecting geomorphic processes and change with high resolution topographic data
Simon Mudd, Martin Hurst, Stuart Grieve, Fiona Clubb, David Milodowski, and Mikael Attal
10:40–10:42 PICO2.2
A geomorphometric approach for the recognition of fluvial banks in Southern Sardinia (Italy). (withdrawn)
Maria Teresa Melis, Stefania Da Pelo, Francesco Dessì, Antonio Funedda, Giorgio Ghiglieri, Sandro Pasci, Elisabetta Danila Patta, and Andrea Vacca
10:42–10:44 PICO2.3
A volcano at work: the rapidly evolving landforms of Mt Etna documented through DEMs analysis
Simone Tarquini, Massimiliano Favalli, and Alessandro Fornaciai
10:44–10:46 PICO2.4
Comparison of different landform classification methods for digital landform and soil mapping of the Iranian loess plateau
Dirk Hoffmeister, Tanja Kramm, Constanze Curdt, Sedigheh Maleki, Farhad Khormali, and Martin Kehl
10:46–10:48 PICO2.5
Semiautomatic recognition of a rotational landslide geomorphometry from high resolution DEMs (withdrawn)
Mihai Niculita
10:48–10:50 PICO2.6
Digital elevation models in 10 minute time steps – a status report on 4D monitoring of an active erosional scar
Andreas Kaiser, Fabian Neugirg, Erik Hass, Steffen Jose, Florian Haas, and Jürgen Schmidt
10:50–10:52 PICO2.7
Stream gradient Hotspot and Cluster Analysis (SL-HCA) for improving the longitudinal profiles metrics
Francesco Troiani, Daniela Piacentini, and Della Seta Marta
10:52–10:54 PICO2.8
Stereonets for geomorphometrical analysis
Alexander R. Beer and Florian U. M. Heimann
10:54–10:56 PICO2.9
From an 'ice-see' perspective: The current use, potential and limitations of Structure-from-Motion photogrammetry for cryospheric applications
Matthew Westoby, Stuart Dunning, Mark Allan, Mark Smith, Duncan Quincey, Jonathan Carrivick, and C Scott Watson
10:56–10:58 PICO2.10
Investigating the inception of supraglacial channels on the southwest Greenland ice sheet using high-resolution satellite images and digital elevation models (withdrawn)
Kang Yang, Laurence Smith, Leif Karlstrom, and Giulia Sofia
10:58–11:00 PICO2.11
Sink detection on tilted terrain for automated identification of glacial cirques
Günther Prasicek, Jörg Robl, and Andreas Lang
11:00–11:02 PICO2.12
Fluvial signatures of modern and paleo orographic rainfall gradients
Taylor Schildgen and Manfred Strecker
11:02–11:04 PICO2.13
High-resololution topography for the analysis of palaeochannels in the Manawatu river (New Zealand)
Giulia Lo Re, Ian C. Fuller, Giulia Sofia, Katerine Holt, Mark G. Macklin, and Paolo Tarolli
11:04–11:06 PICO2.14
Reconstructing paleo- and initial landscapes using a multi-method approach in hummocky NE Germany
Marijn van der Meij, Arnaud Temme, and Michael Sommer
11:06–11:08 PICO2.15
Marine geomorphometry: Overview and opportunities.
Aaron Micallef, Vincent Lecours, Margaret Dolan, and Vanessa Lucieer
11:08–11:10 PICO2.16
EGU2016-1861 | presentation | presentation
The topographic grain concept in DEM-based geomorphometric mapping
Edina Józsa
11:10–11:12 PICO2.17
Can this approach be useful to detect, to classify and to filter Large Wood from TLS data clouds?
Lorenzo Picco and Andrés Iroumé
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