The report summarizing the stakeholder questionnaire results and open forum discussion points from the workshop hosted at the University of Lethbridge in July 2013, is now available for download below.
The presentations made on day 1 of the LiDAR stakeholder forum in Lethbridge on July 8th, 2013 are now available. The original forum web site and program can be found here: http://www.uleth.ca/artsci/lidar
The presentations have been converted to PDF and can be downloaded below:
LiDAR forum questionnaire results now available. From 62 responses to the online survey monkey LiDAR questionnaire that was distributed to stakeholders in Alberta and that were invited to attend the LiDAR Forum in July 2013, summary results are available with the following stratifications: Read more about LiDAR Forum Questionnaire Results
As part of the ongoing monitoring of glacier environment changes in the Rockies, Chris and students Tristan Goulden (PhD ABD, Dalhousie) and Reed Parsons (honours student, Lethbridge) visited the field camp at Peyto Glacier in July 2013 with Martin Isenburg (rapidlasso) and Mark Ednie (NRCan) to conduct GPS surveys in parallel with lidar and thermal image acquisitions over the glacial and periglacial environments. This was the latest in a long standing close collaboration with the Canadian glacier observation program led by the Geological Survey of Canada going back to 1995.Read more about Peyto Glacier field work
Chris is building up his lidar geosciences research lab in the Alberta Terrestrial Imaging Centre and Dept of Geography. He is seeking Masters and Ph.D. students to assist in building this lab capacity and to work on a range of geosciences application development research projects. In particular, he is looking for students that are interested in or have experience with airborne, satellite or terrestrial lidar data processing workflows, sensor / instrument integration and programming, and geospatial analysis scripting or programming in open source or standard RS and GIS packages.Read more about Seeking exceptional grad students