St. Catharines 2004
Technical Program



Wednesday Afternoon, 12 May /
Mercredi après-midi, le 12 mai

SS19:  Molecules to Planets: Infrared spectroscopy in geochemistry, exploration geochemistry and remote sensing  (II)
Organizers / Organisateurs:  Penny King, Mike Ramsay, Gregg Swayze
Room / Salle:  AS 201
Chairs / Présidents:  Greg Swayze and Mike Ramsey


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2:00 
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Combe, J-P., Despan, D., Launeau, P.*, Méléder, V., Barillé, L., Carrère, V., Sotin, C. and Girardeau, J.  Application of spectral analysis by non linear quantification algorithm to the study of biomass and mineralogy

2:20 
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Rogge, D.M.*, Rivard, B. and Zhang, J.  Spatial and spectral integration for hyperspectral image end member selection

2:40 
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Ramsey, M.S.  The Eruptions of Bezymianny Volcano as seen in the infrared: the linkage of dome emplacement processes with near-real time eruption monitoring

3:00 
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Kuhn, S.S.* and Ramsey, M.S.  Characterization of dome processes at Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat: synthesis of infrared remote sensing data with a multi-parameter database

3:20 
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Swayze, G.A.*, Clark, R.R., Hoefen, T., Livo, E., Sutley, S., Meeker, G., Plumlee, G., Brownfield, I., Hageman, P. and Lamothe, P.  Rapid assessment of an urban hazard: spectroscopy of the World Trade Center dust



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