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  Information - NP4.03 Satellite time series analysis

Event Information
Satellite time series provide temporal and spatial consistent measurements that have demonstrated potential as a means to detect, identify, and map changes . Nevertheless, change detection is still considered a difficult task to be performed. The ability of detecting changes in surface parameters, vegetation covers is linked not only on the intrinsic detectability of the changes, namely the greatness of variations compared to the initial condition, but, also, on the capacity to account for variability at different time/space scale.
We encourage submissions dealing with advanced statistical methods for time series analysis as well as traditional methods based on wavelet, Fourier
transform, PCA, Fractal analysis, applied researchers, and theoreticians. Posters are also very much encouraged, as we plan to have both lively oral and poster sessions.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
1) "Marc LEROY"

Ttitle of presentation:
"The POSTEL Land Surface Thematic Center as a source of time series of vegetation variables and land cover at global scale"

2) Ma, Y.;
title of presentation
Using the satellite data to determinate the regional land surface heat fluxes over heterogeneous landscape of the Tibetan Plateau


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