134 Geological and Geophysical Remote Sensing Applications for Earth, the Moon, and Mars

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Sunday, 5 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 342CF

Dean Riley and Wendy Calvin
8:00 AM
Understanding Sedimentary Sources and Sinks on Mars from Orbit
Ralph E. Milliken, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; John Grotzinger, California Institute of Technology; John Grant, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution; Raymond Arvidson, Washington Univ; Scott L. Murchie
8:20 AM
Spectral Stratigraphy of Phyllosilicate-Bearing Terrains in Mawrth Vallis and Terra Meridiani
William Farrand, Space Science Institute; Timothy Glotch, Stony Brook University; James Rice Jr, Arizona State University
8:35 AM
Understanding Crust and Regolith Evolution on Mars through Compositional, Thermophysical and Contextual Analyses of Bedrock Exposures
A.D. Rogers, Stony Brook University; O. Aharonson, California Institute of Technology; J.L. Bandfield, University of Washington
8:50 AM
Mid-IR Spectroscopy of Carbonate Decomposition Products with Application to Mars
Timothy D. Glotch, Stony Brook University; A. Deanne Rogers, Stony Brook University
9:05 AM
A Low-Cost Thermal Infrared Hyperspectral Imager
Paul G. Lucey; Keith Horton, University of Hawaii at Manoa
9:20 AM
9:35 AM
Mapping Broadleaf Plant Species and Chemical Constituents Using SEBASS
Beatriz Ribeiro da Luz, U. S. Geological Survey; James Crowley, U. S. Geological Survey; Dean Riley, The Aerospace Corporation
9:55 AM
Mapping Mineralization in the Monitor Pass Mining District
Jeff D. Shoffner, University of Nevada; Wendy M. Calvin, University of Nevada
10:10 AM
10:25 AM
Remote Sensing Contributions to Rainfall-Runoff and Recharge Modeling
Adam Milewski, Western Michigan University; Mohamed Sultan, Western Michigan University; Eugene Yan, Argonne National Laboratory; Richard Becker, University of Toledo
11:00 AM
Measuring Earthquake Deformation Using SAR Imagery: The 2008 Sichuan, China Earthquake
Gareth J. Funning, University of California, Riverside; Roland B├╝rgmann, University of California, Berkeley; Eric J. Fielding, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; Zhenhong Li, University of Glasgow; Isabelle Ryder, University of California, Berkeley
11:15 AM
Study of Active Surface Faults in Fort Bend County, Texas, USA
Cecilia R. Ramirez, University of Houston; Richard M. Engelkemeir, Schlumberger Information Solutions; Shuhab Khan, University of Houston
11:30 AM
11:45 AM
Nevada's EPSCoR Project: Exploring Planetary Surfaces, Earth, Moon, and Mars
Wendy Calvin, University of Nevada, Reno; Fred Harris, University of Nevada; Nick Lancaster; Henry Sun, Desert Research Institute; Spencer Steinberg; Chris Fritsen
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