IGARSS '07

July 25, 2007

Barcelona, Spain

 


Awards/Honours

Faculty:

John R. Miller, Gold Medal Award (6th Recipient), by the Canadian Remote Sensing Society, for “Significant long-term contributions to the field of remote sensing in Canada

 

Graduate Students:

Inian Moorthy , M.Sc. York University (2004). “Chlorophyll Content Retrieval of Boreal Conifers using Hyperspectral Remote Sensing”. Nominated by the Graduate Programme in Earth & Space Science for best MSc thesis prize 2004.

 

Pablo J. Zarco-Tejada, Ph.D., York University (2000). Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Closed Forest Canopies: Estimation of Chlorophyll Fluorescence and Pigment Content”. Canadian Remote Sensing Society prize for best PhD remote sensing thesis in 2000. York University Faculty of Graduate Studies Dissertation Prize (2000).

 

H. Peter White, Ph.D., York University (1999). “Investigations of Boreal Forest Bidirectional Reflectance Factor (BRF)”. Canadian Remote Sensing Society prize for best PhD remote sensing thesis in 1999.

 

Kris Innanen, M.Sc., York University (1998). “Approaches to the Direct Extraction of Forest Canopy Variables from High Spatial Resolution Winter Imagery”. Canadian Remote Sensing Society prize for best MSc remote sensing thesis in 1998.

 

Ray Soffer, M.Sc., York University (1995). “ Bidirectional Reflectance Factors of an Open Tree Canopy by Laboratory Simulation”. Canadian Remote Sensing Society prize for best MSc remote sensing thesis in 1995.

 

Richard Fournier, M.Sc., York University (1990).“3-Dimensional Modelling of Forest Canopies for High Resolution Imagery”. Canadian Remote Sensing Society prize for best MSc remote sensing thesis in 1990. 


   
             
   

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