2002 AIRSAR Earth Science and Application Workshop
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AIRSAR Frequently Asked Questions Chair Pacific Rim 2000
Chairs:  Dr. Anthony Milne <T.Milne@unsw.edu.au>
             Dr. Ian Tapley <i.tapley@per.dem.csiro.au>
P1: AIRSARís contribution to understanding the Angkor World Heritage site, Cambodia - objectives and preliminary findings from an examination of PacRim2 datasets,by Roland Fletcher and Damian Evans, Department of Archaeology, University of Syndey, New South Wales, and Ian J. Tapley, Cooperative Research Center for Landscape Environments and Mineral Exploration, CSIRO Exploration and Mining, Perth, Western Australia.

P2: Mapping Landslide Surfaces using Fully Polarimetric SAR: AIRSAR Coverage of the 1999 Taiwan Landslides, by Jeffrey Weissel and Kristina Rodriguez, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University.

P3: Topography and landforms of subantarctic Macquarie Island, Australia, as revealed by AIRSAR imagery, Ian J. Tapley, Cooperative Research Center for Landscape Environments and Mineral Exploration, CSIRO Exploration and Mining, Perth, Western Australia, and Henk Brolsma, Australian Antarctic Division, Tasmania.

 

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