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Abdalati, Waleed, 0B

Ahn, Jae-Hyun, 0X

Ahn, Ki-Beom, 0X

Bai, Yan, 0U, 0Y, 0Z, 14, 1A

Barbieux, Kévin, 0M

Baschek, Björn, 0E

Blanken, Peter D., 0B

Bocharova, Tatiana Yu., 0G

Bongartz, Jens, 0E

Bostater, Charles R., Jr., 0N

Cerqueira, A. L. F., 02

Chen, Peng, 0W, 0Y, 0Z, 14, 17, 1A, 1E

Chen, Xiaoyan, 0U

Chenault, David B., 0D

Cho, Seongick, 0X

Cui, Wansong, 1A

da Silva, J. C. B., 02, 07, 0A

Demicco, Erik D., 0D

Dolin, Lev S., 1D

Ermakov, Stanislav A., 03, 05, 0A

Fore, Alexander, 0F

Forfinski, Nick, 04

Fricke, Katharina, 0E

Gong, Fang, 0U, 0Z, 17, 18, 1A, 1E

Haidar, Muhammad, 0O

Han, Kyung-Soo, 0T

Han, Sha’ou, 17

Hao, Zengzhou, 0W, 14, 18

Hayashi, Akiko, 0F

He, Xianqiang, 0U, 0W, 0Z

Hu, Zifeng, 0U

Huang, Haiqing, 0W, 0Y

Hussein, Khalid, 0B

Jenal, Alexander, 0E

Jin, Xuchen, 0W

Kanno, Ariyo, 0O

Kapustin, Ivan A., 05, 0A, 1D

Kashnitsky, Alexandr V., 0G

Kim, Honghee, 0T

Kim, Hyun-cheol, 0T

Kim, Suk-Whan, 0X

Kneer, Caspar, 0E

Kwon, Chaeyoung, 0T

Lavrova, Olga Yu., 0G, 1B

Lawavirotwong, Siam, 0B

Lazareva, Tatyana, 03

Li, Hao, 0U

Li, J., 13

Ma, Li, 15

Magalhaes, J. M., 07

Manessa, Masita Dwi Mandini, 0O

Mao, Zhihua, 0Y, 14, 17

Merminod, Bertrand, 0M

Mitchell, Douglas A., 0D

Mityagina, Marina I., 1B

Moctezuma-Flores, M., 08

Molkov, Alexander A., 05, 0A, 1D

Nie, Ding, 06, 13

Niroumand-Jadidi, Milad, 0Q

Nouchi, Vincent, 0M

Nurdin, Nurjannah, 0O

Oh, Eunsong, 0X

Oney, Taylor, 0N Pan, Delu, 1E

Park, Young-Je, 0X

Parmiggiani, F., 08

Parrish, Christopher, 04

Petchprayoon, Pakorn, 0B

Ren, Lin, 19, 1C

Reul, Nicolas, 0F

Rotkiske, Tyler, 0N

Schöl, Andreas, 0E

Sekine, Masahiko, 0O

Seo, Minji, 0T

Seong, Noh-hun, 0T

Sergievskaya, Irina A., 03, 05, 0A, 1D

Shi, Liangliang, 15, 17

Shomina, Olga V., 05, 0A, 1D

Soloviev, Dmitry M., 0G

Stiles, Bryan, 0F

Strochkov, Mikhail A., 0G

Tang, Wenqing, 0F

Tao, Bangyi, 15

Vaden, Justin P., 0D

Vitti, Alfonso, 0Q

Wang, Difeng, 0W, 0Z, 18, 1A, 1E

Wang, Juan, 19, 1C

Wang, Tianyu, 0Y, 14

Wang, Xiaozhen, 1C

Weber, Immanuel, 0E

Wei, Ji-An, 1E

Weng, Yonghui, 0F

Wyrwa, Jens, 0E

Yang, Jingsong, 19, 1C

Yu, Shujie, 0Z

Yueh, Simon, 0F

Zhang, Fuqing, 0F

Zhang, Huaguo, 1C

Zhang, Lin, 1A

Zhang, Min, 06, 13

Zhang, Siqi, 18

Zhao, Ye, 06

Zheng, Gang, 19

Zhu, Qiankun, 0U, 0W, 0Z, 15, 17, 18, 1A, 1E

Conference Committee

Symposium Chair

  • Klaus Schäfer, (Retired) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meterology and Climate Research (Germany)

Symposium Co-chairs

  • Christopher M. U. Neale, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (United States), Daugherty Water for Food Institute (United States)

    Iain H. Woodhouse, The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Geography and the Lived Environment Research Institute (United Kingdom)

Conference Chairs

  • Charles R. Bostater Jr., Florida Institute of Technology (United States)

    Stelios P. Mertikas, Technical University of Crete (Greece)

    Xavier Neyt, Royal Military Academy (Belgium)

    Caroline Nichol, The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

    Oscar Aldred, Historic Environment Scotland (United Kingdom)

Conference Program Committee

  • Richard J. Breitlow, Agfa Corporation (United States)

    Jean-Paul Bruyant, ONERA (France)

    Alexander Gilerson, The City College of New York (United States)

    Carlton R. Hall, NASA Kennedy Space Center (United States)

    Frederic Lamy, ONERA (France)

    Ana M. Martins, Universidade dos Açores (Portugal)

    Petri Pellikka, University of Helsinki (Finland)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Radar Sensing of the Oceans

    Oscar Aldred, Historic Environment Scotland (United Kingdom)

  • 2 Active and Passive Sensing of the Ocean

    Xavier Neyt, Royal Military Academy (Belgium)

  • 3 Infrared and Visible Sensing of Water

    David B. Chenault, Polaris Sensor Technologies, Inc. (United States)

  • 4 Multispectral and Hyperspectral Sensing I

    Caroline Nichol, The University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

  • 5 Multispectral and Hyperspectral Sensing II: Water

    Samir Ahmed, The City College of New York (United States)


The chairs thank all of the authors for submitting their final manuscripts to Remote Sensing of the Ocean, Coastal Waters, Sea Ice, and Large Water Regions. The conference was held in Edinburgh, Scotland. Many the new authors, including students, made an extra effort to submit their current research papers for consideration to be included in the published proceedings. The reviewed and accepted papers for publication in this book represent contributions that will be useful to help improve our knowledge and scientific understanding of remote sensing, physical oceanography, and ocean sciences. In many cases, the accepted papers represent significant efforts of our colleagues in order to share their understanding and experience. Several excellent papers deal with bathymetry and cross calibration of satellite sensing systems for applied ocean science applications.

We thank the session chairs for their participation and assistance with the conference and the authors whose papers were selected for the excellent poster session. Special thanks go to the efforts of the SPIE staff for organizing the conference and for their assistance in producing the final publication and their patience and support during the final paper reviews and publication process.

Charles R. Bostater, Jr.

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