Seminar by Dr. Gregoire Mariethoz

August 29, 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Mānoa Campus, 443b Saunders Hall

Title: Data patterns in geosciences: interpolation, gap-filling, downscaling, and colorization

Speaker: Dr. Gregoire Mariethoz, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, Institute of Earth Surface Dynamics (IDYST)

Abstract: The last years have seen ever-increasing sensing capabilities and improved numerical models that feed our understanding of Earth surface processes. However, it appears that all such data have intrinsic limitations: any acquisition procedure, no matter how sophisticated, is limited by sensor constraints (e.g., coverage, resolution, frequency), and numerical models are challenged for predicting the state of the environment under a changing climate. Addressing these limitations calls for increasing the data harvesting capability, which is often not possible.

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Geography & Environment, Mānoa Campus

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