Slides from the second SPOT (Take 5) Workshop

Voici les présentations des Journées SPOT4 (Take5) du 18 et 19 novembre 2014.  Cette réunion a réuni une centaine de personnes au CNES pour faire un bilan des acquisitions et des produits distribués, prendre connaissance des travaux et résultats des utilisateurs et obtenir un retour d'expérience.
J'en profite pour remercier chaleureusement les deux organisatrices, Sylvia Sylvander et Danielle Barrère, du CNES (DCT/ME/OT), ainsi que les 23 orateurs qui nous ont proposé de brillantes présentations.

 

Here are the presentations from SPOT4 (Take5) users day on November 18th and 19th 2014. Around 100 people attended this meeting at CNES, which aimed at making an assessment of the acquisitions and products, show the users studies and results and obtain their feedback.
I would like to thank a lot the organisers, Sylvia Sylvander and Danielle Barrère from CNES, and the 23 speakers, who gave us amazing talks.

The table below gives access to all the slides.

 

S. Sylvander CNES Introduction
S. Sylvander CNES Preparation and progress of SPOT4 (Take5) experiment
O.Hagolle CESBIO/CNES SPOT4 (Take5) validation, users feedback and lessons learned
M.Kadiri CESBIO Definition, test evaluation of a monthly composite product for Sentinel-2 based on SPOT4 (Take5) data
M.Claverie U. Maryland / NASA An update on the LANDSAT8/Sentinel-2 merged reflectance product project
M.Le Page CESBIO SAT-IRR : Satellite for irrigation scheduling
V.Simonneaux CESBIO Water budget monitoring of irrigated perimeters in semi-arid areas using high resolution NDVI image time series
O.Arino ESA ESA Studies: Agriculture, Forest, Wetland, Costal Water. Preparing for Sentinel-2
M.El-Hajj TETIS/IRSTEA Estimation of soil moisture using radar and optical images over Grassland areas
J.Inglada CESBIO Automatic land-cover map production of
agricultural areas using supervised classification of SPOT4(Take5) and Landsat-8 image time series
S.Valero CESBIO Real-time crop mask production using high-spatial-temporal resolution image times series
D.Morin CESBIO Estimation of biophysical variables and cartography of irrigated surfaces with high temporal and spatial resolution images
W.Li INRA Avignon Deriving ECVs GAI and FAPAR from SPOT4 and LANDSAT8 sensors: evaluation of the consistency and comparison with ground measurements
A.Roumiguié Dynafor/EI-Purpan Forage production monitoring
C.Jacqueminet EVS-ISTHME, U. Saint-Etienne
Discrimination of herbaceous habitats using multitemporal Spot and Landsat images (Massif central – France)
V.Gond CIRAD Phenological monitoring of tropical forest ecosystems in the North of Congo
A.Verhegghen JRC Assessing Forest Degradation in the tropics using Time Series of Fine Spatial Resolution Imagery
M.Szulkin CEFE-CNRS Inferring blue tit reproductive phenology using SPOT4 imagery
S.Sylvander / O.Arino ESA SPOT5(Take5) Operations in 2015
J.P.Dedieu LTHE / CNRS Snow cover monitoring in the French Alps physical properties of surface snow, snow cover dynamics impact on vegetation
A.Facello IRPI-CNR (Italy) Snow Water Equivalent and Slope Movements from Satellite Data: potential of space-borne observations with high spatial and temporal sampling. Case study: Tena Valley (Central Pyrenees, Spain)
S.Cerisier GIP Loire-Estuaire Remote sensing data with high repetitivity : a contribution to coastal and estuarine processes knowledge
V.Lafon Geo-Transfert / EPOC, U. Bordeaux
SPOT4 (Take5) Experiment: simulation of Sentinel-2 time-series to monitor the maximum turbidity zone of tidal estuaries

Posted under: Applications, Composite (3A), Corrections (geometry, atmosphere, clouds), En Français, In English, Sentinel-2, SPOT4 (Take 5), SPOT5(Take5), THEIA, Validation

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