Watershed Sciences, Inc. and Dewberry, in collaboration with the Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership (PNAMP), are hosting a series of workshops June 4-8 to introduce the potential applications and benefits of green-wavelength airborne laser scanning (ALS) for shallow water bathymetry. A new suite of commercial small-footprint ALS systems are being developed to enable topo-bathymetric mapping in shallow coastal and riverine environments. This workshop will provide an overview of shallow water hydrographic ALS technology, green-lidar applications and performance in aquatic ecosystems, and testing of the new Riegl VQ-820-G ALS in the Pacific Northwest. Potential test sites for data acquisition in Fall 2012 will be discussed.
IN COORDINATION WITH:
- Pacific Northwest Aquatic Monitoring Partnership (PNAMP)
- US Geological Survey (USGS)
- US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
- University of Idaho, College of Engineering,
- Center for Ecohydraulics Research
- University of Washington
- Earth & Space Sciences
- School of Environmental & Forest Sciences
- Amar Nayegandhi | Manager of Elevation Technologies, Dewberry
- “Overview to Airborne Topo-bathymetric LiDAR”
- Jim McKean | Geomorphologist, US Forest Service
- “Description of Aquatic Physical Habitat in Channels Using a Narrow-Beam Bathymetric LiDAR”
- Russell Faux | Principal/Co-CEO, Watershed Sciences, Inc.
- “Deployment of a Hydrographic Airborne Laser Scanner in the Pacific Northwest”
- Boise, ID – June 4 (9am to 12pm): Idaho Water Resource Center, 322 E. Front St., Room 150, Boise, ID
- Portland, OR – June 5 (9am to 12pm): USGS Oregon Water Science Center, 2130 SW 5th Ave., Portland, OR
- Seattle, WA – June 6 (9am to 12pm): University of Washington, Anderson Hall, Rm 22, Seattle, WA
- Corvallis, OR – June 7 (9am to 12pm): Watershed Sciences, Inc., 517 SW 2nd Street, Corvallis, OR
Webinar (Tuesday June 5, 8:45am Pacific Daylight Time): You may visit the following link at the time of the meeting, http://usgs.webex.com/usgs/j.php?ED=176195112&UID=0&RT=MiM0
Teleconference: Please call 1.855.547.8255 (non DOI phone) / 703.648.4848 (DOI phone), use code: 95346.
Registration: The workshop is open, but please email Sarah Beldin so we know how many are attending at each location. firstname.lastname@example.org // Cost: Free.