Category: Juri Knjazihhin
Below is a list of scheduled talks being held on Thursday December 12th 2013 by Department of Earth and Environment Faculty, Researchers, and students at the AGU Fall Meeting.
8:00 am – 12:20 pm
at Hall A-C (Moscone South)
B41A. B41A. Earth Observations for Global Agricultural Monitoring II Posters
- Josh M. Gray; Mark A. Friedl; Steve E. Frolking; Navin Ramankutty; Andy Nelson. Large scale maps of cropping intensity in Asia from MODIS. B41A-0385.
B41D. B41D. Multisensor Long-Term Land Surface Data Records II Posters [SWIRL_CU]
- Xiaoyang Zhang; Mark A. Friedl; Yunyue Yu. Interannual Variations in Global Vegetation Phenology Derived from a Long Term AVHRR and MODIS Data Record. B41D-0429.
V41D. V41D. Physical Volcanology of Eruptions Involving Water III Posters
- Richard W. Murray; Rachel Scudder; Steffen Kutterolf; Julie Schindlbeck. Dispersed Ash in Marine Sediment: An Overview Towards Unraveling the “Missing Volcanic Record’. V41D-2824.
10:20 am – 12:20 pm
at 2004 (Moscone West)
B42C. B42C. Ecosystem Structure: Remote Sensing Observations and Modelling of Its Influence on Radiation Regimes and Gas Exchanges I
- Yuri Knyazikhin. ON THE RADIATIVE TRANSFER BASED REMOTE SENSING OF FOREST STRUCTURE AND LEAF BIOCHEMISTRY (Invited). B42C-05. (11:20 am – 11:50 am)
at 2002 (Moscone West)
B42D. B42D. The Bio-atmospheric N Cycle: N Emissions, Transformations, Deposition, and Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystem Impacts II
- Pamela H. Templer; Preeti Rao; Lucy Hutyra; Steve M. Raciti. Atmospheric nitrogen inputs and losses along an urbanization gradient from Boston to Harvard Forest, MA. B42D-06. (11:35 am – 11:50 am)
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
at 2022 (Moscone West)
- Steven C. Wofsy; et al. Measurements and modeling of CH4 and CO2 in the Boston Metro area and Northeastern Megalopolis. A44F-04. (4:50 pm – 5:10 pm)
Professor Ranga Myneni and Research Professor Yuri Knyazikhin have published a new article entitled “Using hyperspectral vegetation indices to estimate the fraction of photosynthetically active radiation absorbed by corn canopies” in the International Journal of Remote Sensing. Changwei Tan of Yangzhou University of Yangzhou, China was lead author on the paper.