Roy Lab Presentations at AGU Annual Fall Meeting

January 3, 2020

News continues to reach us on CGCEO faculty, research associates and students who made presentations at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting held last month (9-13 December, 2019) in San Francisco.  David Roy’s Lab group made the following four presentations (with Center members indicated in bold font):

·        Huang, H., Roy, D.P., Boschetti, L., Validation of a 30 m combined Landsat 8 and Sentinel 2 burned area product using high resolution PLANET constellation data, Oral presentation, in Satellite Land Surface Product at Medium, High and Very-High Resolution: Algorithms, Validation and Applications session, Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, December 9-13, 2019.

·        Boschetti, L., Roy, D.P., Giglio, L., Huang, H., Zubkova, M., Humber, M., Global validation of the NASA MODIS and VIIRS burned area products, Oral presentation, in Satellite Land Surface Product at Medium, High and Very-High Resolution: Algorithms, Validation and Applications session, Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, December 9-13, 2019.

·        Li, Z., Roy, D.P., Zhang, H.K., Huang, H., Conterminous United States evidence for Landsat 5 satellite orbit change reflectance inconsistencies, Poster, in Characterizing and Monitoring Land Change and Associated Ecosystem Responses Using Long-Term Time Series Remote Sensing Data session, Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, December 9-13, 2019.    

·        Oliveira, P., Roy D.P., Brazilian Amazon cloud cover: a case study in Acre state using harmonized Landsat Sentinel-2 data, Poster, in Characterizing and Monitoring Land Change and Associated Ecosystem Responses Using Long-Term Time Series Remote Sensing Data session, Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, December 9-13, 2019.