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13./14. Oktober 2014 in Koblenz

Workshop „Remote sensing monitoring of marine pollution“ and 17th Meeting of EGEMP

EGEMP is the “European Group of Experts on remote sensing Monitoring of marine Pollution”. The aim of EGEMP is a comprehensive exchange of information, knowledge and expertise about the monitoring of marine pollution by remote sensing at European, regi onal and national level. EGEMP is working on the interface between operational requirements and science. Thus, the group is following recent developments and trends in remote sensing monitoring of marine pollution. In order to fo ster the European exchange and the exchange with the scientific community and companies, EGEMP is announcing:

Call for papers for the open workshop

Oral contributions are invited for the topic of remote sensing of marine pollution with the focus on oil spills. Especially encouraged are presentations on:

  • New methods or technologies for classification and quantification of oil spills, look-alikes or other substances
  • New sensor types: e.g. hyper-spectral; polarimetric satellite data
  • Combined observing systems (e. g. satellite, aircraft, UAV and micro satellites)
  • Validation and statistics

Further, contributions could be on the topic of, e. g.:

  • Interface with drift models
  • Remote sensing of HNS
  • Ship based detection systems
  • GIS systems for visualisation and data fusion
  • Remote sensing of ship exhausts
Presentations as pdf-download
Monday, 13 October, 2014
Introduction
B. Baschek, BfG, Germany
Challenges of near real time satellite image reception and tasking
E. Schwarz, DLR, Germany
Automatic identification of oil spills on satellite images and why is this methodology timely?
Dr. Iphigenia Keramitsoglou Institute for Astronomy, Astrophysics, Space Applications and Remote Sensing, National Observatory of Athens, Greece
Use of polarimetric radar for identifieng oil spills in satellite images
S. Lehner, DLR, Germany
POLLUPROOF project: an improvement of proof of maritime pollution by HNS using airborne radar and optical sensors
G. Le-Lann, CEDRE, France
Oil spill detection and classification in hybrid-polarimetric SAR images
Arnt B. Salberg, Norwegian Computing Center Oslo, Norway
Airborne Classification of Marine Pollution using Laser Remote Sensing
N. Robbe, Optimare, Germany
Measurements of Shipping Emissions – an option to trigger a targeted MARPOL (VI) compliance monitoring?
S. Schmolke, BSH, Germany
Presentations as pdf-download
Tuesday, 14 October, 2014
Private Partnership in Monitoring Marine Pollution – Experience of the Institute for Environmental Solutions
D. Jakovels, IES, Latvia
Influence of satellite alerts on the efficiency of aircraft monitoring of maritime oil pollution in German waters
P. Helmke, B. Baschek, Th. Hunsänger, S. Kranz, BfG, Germany
Applications of the interface with drift models
J.-Y. Le Bras, N. Longépé, CLS, France
Final Sentence in a nocturnal Oil Spill Case
B. Blanco Meruelo, SASEMAR, Spain
Reports on national activities
M. Perkovic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

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