19-Oct Auditorium 1
GE4A  14:00 Konstantin Litovchenko Oil films in the sea: Remote sensing and impact on global changes
14:20 Li Yan ¡§Spring prediction barrier¡¨ research in ENSO ensemble hindcasts
14:40 Yi-Hsiang Li Spatio-temporal variability of El Niño southern oscillation from geodetic satellites and model data
15:00 Qinyan Liu The variation of South China Sea throughflow associated with the 1976/77 regime shift and monsoon system
15:20 Galina A. Vlasova Interim estimate of the variability of surface water circulation in the South China Sea for the winter season
15:40 Andrew Geiss Analysis of ITCZ organization over the Indian Ocean by satellites: A second look at double ITCZ
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
GE4B  16:20 Masanori Konda Air-mass transformation across the SST front in the Kuroshio Extension region retrieved by the surface flux buoys and advanced microwave scanning radiometer for earth observation satellite
16:40 Marina A. Evdoshenko Meteorological tsunami in the Caspian Sea by SeaWiFS data
17:00 Hiroyuki Tomita Development of satellite retrieval algorithm of near surface air specific humidity using in-situ observations over the Kuroshio Extension region
17:20 Shinsuke Iwasaki Development of an algorithm for estimation of air specific humidity using TMI data
17:40 Daishi Sato Estimation of sea surface specific humidity using contaminated SSM/I brightness temperature data
18:00 Rong-Hua Zhang Using ocean color data to represent ocean biology-induced climate feedback in the tropical Pacific: A modulation of El Niño-Southern Oscillation 
19:00~21:00 Dinner
19-Oct Auditorium 2
GE2  14:00 Heongsik Youn  Introduction to in-orbit radiometric calibration test of Geostationary Ocean Color Imager (GOCI)
14:20 Handol Kim Introduction to In-Orbit Test (IOT) status of Communication, Ocean, and Meteorological Satellite (COMS)
14:40 Yu-Hwan Ahn GOCI overall status
15:00 Yu-Hwan Ahn Introduction of GOCI-II project
15:20 C.S. Yang Receiving, processing and distributing systems for GOCI Data
15:40 Seung-Hee Ham Radiometric calibration of COMS
16:00 Seungkyoon Jung Development of the efficient super-eesolution method for GOCI images
16:20~16:40 Tea Break
GE3  16:40 Jun Yu Analysis of Arctic sea ice motion and deformation using AMSR-E data from 2005 to 2007 
17:00 Josefino C. Comiso The shrinking Arctic multiyear sea ice cover and effects of ice-albedo feedback
17:20 Yuriy Kuleshov Satellite remote sensing: A cornerstone of modern environmental information for climate monitoring 
17:40 Gad Levy Physically-based satellite data assimilation and fuzzy verification in numerical simulations of sea-ice
18:00 Susanne Lehner Observation of sea ice movement by TerraSAR-X
19:00~21:00 Dinner
19-Oct 4F Conference Room
RI 3A  14:00 I-I Lin Upper ocean thermal structure, rapid intensification, and supercyclones ¡V satellite observations and numerical simulations 
14:20 Yuriy Kuleshov Pacific climate change science program: Improving the understanding of tropical cyclone climatology 
14:40 Chin-Chang Hung Changes in ocean properties associated with typhoons in the southern East China Sea
15:00 Yi Chang Satellite observations of upwelling induced by different typhoons with different intensities in the southern East China Sea
15:20 YongQiang Chen Eddy-feature phytoplankton bloom induced by tropical cyclone in the South
15:40 K. Muni Krishna Satellite evidence of cyclone (Liala) forced upwelling in the Bay of Bengal
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
RI 3B  16:20 Yu-Ping Guan Variability of tropical cyclones impact on Taiwan Island
16:40 Maia L. Mitnik Multisource study of tropical cyclones in Taiwan area
17:00 Tian-Yow Shy A Study of typhoon Longwan from satellite imagery data
17:20 Xiao-Ming Li Typhoon monitoring using Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) over China Seas
17:40 Kristina B. Katsaros Tropical cyclones observed by microwave remote sensing
19:00~21:00 Dinner
19-Oct 3F Conference Room
GE6  14:00 I Ketut Swardika General characteristic of Indonesian Seas measured from space in ten years
14:20 Dennis B Trizna A bistatic HF Radar for wave spectrum measure, current mapping and ship tracking
14:40 M.L. Heron Australian soastal ocean radar network and the archive of the integrated marine observing system
15:00 Hae-Yong Shin Preparing for the next generation of direct broadcast
15:20 M.L. Heron WERA phased array radars: A reliable high-quality remote sensing tool for coastal waters
15:40 Dennis B Trizna Coherent marine radar measurements of ccean wave spectra and surface currents
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
RI 11 16:20 Szu-Chia Kao Relationship between acoustic backscattering strength and density of zooplankton in the waters off northern Taiwan
16:40 Ying-Tsong Lin Acoustic normal mode back-propagation approach to passive whale localization in shallow water
17:00 Chung-Wu Wang Obtaining Geo-acoustic parameters using the acoustic inversion technique with sub-bottom profiler
17:20 Linus Y.S. Chiu Acoustic mode coupling effect predicted by new criterion of adiabatic invariance resulting from both internal wave and shelf break
17:40 Hsiang-Chih Chan Application of ocean ambient noise on hurricanes impact
18:00 Yao-Ting Tseng Estimate of sediment¡¦s attenuation value with spectral ratio method
19:00~21:00 Dinner
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20-Oct Auditorium 1
Keynote  09:00~10:10 Dr. W. Alpers Coastal wind fields around Taiwan studied by multi- sensor satellite data, weather radar images and an atmospheric model
GE 7  10:30 Tatyana V. Belonenko Geostrophic currents in the NW Pacific by altimetry data
10:50 Wei Zhuang Pathways of mesoscale variability in the South China Sea
11:10 Guoqi Han Multiyear variability of the Labrador Current 1993-2004
11:30 Xiao-Ming Li Global sea state measurement using synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) and Radar Altimeter (RA) jointly
RI 6  11:50 Sergey A. Lebedev Flood wave propagation model of the Caspian Sea based on the TOPEX/Poseidon an Jason-1/2 satellite altimetry data
12:10 Galina Rybushkina Jason - 1, 2 waveform retracking in coastal zone of Rybinsk Reservoir of the Volga River
12:30 Hui Feng Altimetry observations in coastal regions: A case study in the Gulf of Maine
12:50~14:00 Lunch
GE5A  14:00 Mark A. Bourassa Changes in the climate record due to changes in the ocean observing system
14:20 Abderrahim Bentamy Determination and analysis of high spatial and temporal resolution surface wind fields from METOP/ASCAT retrievals
14:40 Jérôme Patoux Ocean vector winds in a multi-satellite era: validation and cross-calibration
15:00 Naoto Ebuchi Synergism of active and passive microwave instruments for observations of marine surface winds
15:20 Kunio Kutsuwada Correlation analyses of wind field over the southern ocean using global gridded product J-OFURO 
15:40 Yuliya Troitskaya Laboratory modeling of air-sea interaction under severe wind conditions
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
GE5B  16:20 Werner Alpers Winter monsoon surges over the South China Sea studied by multi-sensor satellite and weather radar data and a numerical model
16:40 Teruhisa Shimada Satellite observations and numerical simulations of low-level easterly winds blowing through the Tsugaru Strait and Mutsu Bay
17:00 Michael J. Caruso Satellite derived gap jet characteristics in the lee of the Philippine Archipelago
17:20 Kyohei Ohno Estimation and verification of offshore wind speed and energy density using X-band synthetic aperture radar 
17:40 Xiaoqing Chu Performance simulation of the wave spectrometer SWIM on CFOSAT mission
18:00 Vladimir Karaev The concept of the advanced space microwave radar for remote sensing of the ocean at small incidence angles
18:40~21:00 Dinner
20-Oct Auditorium 2
RI 5A 10:30 Jim F.R. Gower The Malaspina Dragon: A new pattern of the early spring bloom in the Strait of Georgia 
10:50 Satsuki Matsumura Satellite information for sustainable fisheries
11:10 Maxim A. Ishchenko The oceanographic and space observations nearly Japan archipelago in fisheries applications (Part I)
11:30 Maxim A. Ishchenko The oceanographic and space observations nearly Japan archipelago in fisheries applications (Part II)
11:50 Sei-Ichi Saitoh Research and development of integrated coastal fisheries information system in southern Hokkaido, Japan
12:10 Chen-Te Tseng Influences of climate change on the distributions of Pacific saury (Cololabis saira) in the northwestern Pacific Ocean 
12:30 Kuo-Wei Yen Using remote sensing data to detect habitat suitability for yellowfin tuna in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean
12:50~14:00 Lunch
RI 5B  14:00 Eugene Samko Results of remote sensing data using for maintenance of fishery in the Far-Eastern Seas
14:20 Yi-Jay Chang Environmental preferences of swordfish, Xiphias gladius, in the southern Atlantic Ocean derived from CPUE and fishing effort data of Taiwanese longline fishery
14:40 Jonson Lumban Gaol Chlorophyll-a concentration derived satellite impact on Sardinella lemuru in Bali Strait during Indian Ocean Dipole 1997 and 2006
15:00 Kuo-Wei Lan Time series analysis of fishing condition of yellofin tuna (Thunnus albacares) and environmental variables based on Taiwanese regular and deep tuna longlines in the Arabian Sea
15:20 Nan-Jay Su Spatial modelling of striped marlin (Kajikia audax) abundance in the Pacific Ocean using satellite remote sensing and longline fishery data
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
RI 8  16:20 Olga Yu. Lavrova Satellite observations of small-scale eddies and filamentation of the sea currents
16:40 Kae-Yih Wang The spatio-temporal pattern of swordtip squid, Uroteuthis (Photololigo) edulis, abundance in the south East China Sea during 1997-2008
17:00 Cho-Teng Liu Similarity and dissimilarity of surface roughness to satellite radar and to visual image
17:20 Igor Belkin Satellite oceanography of fronts
17:40 Taerim Kim Study of convergence zone along tidal channels appeared on SAR images
18:00 Yi Chang Satellite observed sea surface temperature front associated with chlorophyll patterns in the East China Sea
18:40~21:00 Dinner
20-Oct 4F Conference Room
RI 2A  10:30 Hui Feng Cross-validation of MODIS ocean color and aerosol retrievals over the northeastern United States coastal ocean
10:50 Cheng-Chien Liu Developing and assessing the inversion model of water color for retrieving the coastal water quality and the properties of benthic coral reefs
11:10 Qian Yang Remote-sensing reflectance of coastal waters: effects of vertical stratifications
11:30 Jose C.B. da Silva Project COASTCOLOUR
11:50 Chih-Hua Chang Remote sensing of the concentration of suspended sediment with an on-site grating spectroradiometer during typhoon events
12:10 Richard L. Miller A multi-sensor approach to examining suspended sediment dynamics in the Albemarle-Pamlico Estuarine System (APES), NC, USA
12:30 François G. Schmitt Scaling multifractal analysis of small scale turbulent structures in MODIS reflectance data
12:50~14:00 Lunch
RI 10  14:00 Milan Uitentuis The use of SENS bathymetry and SENS distribution for the management and distribution of bathymetric data in the European Marine Observation and Data Network (EMODnet) project
14:20 Cheng-Yu Ku Study on the impact of regional rainfall-induced landslide hazard due to global environmental change using RS/GIS
14:40 Yu-Chi Wang Using RS and GIS techniques to establish input data for a unified rainfall runoff forecasting system
15:00 Ke-Sheng Cheng Path radiance estimation using in-situ surface reflectance measurements
15:20 Yu-Hsun Liao Development of subwatershed delineation algorithm for watershed runoff forecasting
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
RI 4  16:20 Gang Pan Response of marine phytoplankton to oil spill contamination: based on remotely sensed data
16:40 Stylianos Flampouris Determination of the storm impact on the coastal bathymetry based on radar image sequences
17:00 Soumaya Lahbib The use of MODIS, NOAA and ENVISAT to monitor marine and coastal environmental in northwestern Tunisia
17:20 Bin Zhao To detect micromorphology evolution of tideland by using multispectral remote sensing images: A case study in the Yangtze River Delta
17:40 Ping Shi Origin of the massive macro-algae bloom in the Yellow Sea off Qingdao in summer 2008
18:40~21:00 Dinner
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21-Oct Auditorium 1
Keynote  09:00~10:10 Dr. E. Huang The role of ocean in global climate change
SS 2  10:30 Li-Wen Wang Numerical assessment for the contribution of biological activities to the air-sea exchange of CO2 in the northern South China Sea
10:50 W. Timothy Liu Spacebased estimation of ocean surface carbon dioxide fugacity
11:10 Yijun He A combined algorithm for air-sea surface CO2 transfer velocity using satellite altimeter data
11:30 Le Kuai Oceanic sources of CO2 in the Southern Hemisphere
11:50 Alexander Soloviev The effect of surfactants on the air-sea interface and near-surface turbulence: laboratory experiment
12:10 Silvia Matt The effect of surfactants on the air-sea interface and near-surface turbulence: numerical model
12:30 I-I Lin Phytoplankton blooms in the oligotrophic western north Pacific Subtropical Gyre Part I ¡V Occurrences 
12:50~14:00 Lunch
21-Oct Auditorium 2
GE 8  10:30 Andrei Yu. Ivanov Oil seep, local winds and giant ice rings in Lake Baikal, Russia imaged and studied with SAR and multi-sensor images
10:50 Xiao-Ming Li Near coastal wind and wave measurements from SAR
11:10 Takahiro Osawa Study of coral reef distribution around badung strait in Indonesia using ALOS satellite data
11:30 Alexander Soloviev Fine-scale measurements in the upper layer of the ocean during SAR satellite overpasses
11:50 Zhishen Liu The observation of high spatial resolution sea surface wind by mobile doppler wind lidar
12:10 Martin Gade Multi-sensor remote sensing of the wadden sea ecosystem on the German North Sea coast
12:30 Wolfgang Rosenthal Ship speed through water and currents measured by SAR
12:50~14:00 Lunch
21-Oct 4F Conference Room
RI 2B  10:30 Stephanie A. King Global observations of intense surface plankton blooms and floating vegetation using MERIS MCI
10:50 Keivan Kabiri Monitoring and tracking Red-Tide using NASA MODIS-Aqua satellite images in the Persian Gulf
11:10 Shaju S.S. Analysis of inherent bio-optical components of Cochin coastal waters during Premonsoon and monsoon period
GE 9  11:30 Svetlana Karimova Eddies in the Black Sea and their contribution to bioproductivity as seen by satellite remote sensing
11:50 Pavel Salyuk Analysis of relationships between biooptical and hydrological seawater parameters in various regions of the ocean
12:10 Irene D. Alabia Upwelling and eddy features in the Eastern Sulu Sea from satellite data and field measurements
12:30 Alberto M. Mestas-Nuñez Is there a wind-driven signal in satellite chlorophyll observations of the western Gulf of Mexico?
12:50~14:00 Lunch
21-Oct 3F Conference Room
RI 9  10:30 Antony K. Liu Nonlinear internal waves in the northwestern part of South China Sea
10:50 Absornsuda Siripong Using satellite data to study coastal erosion in Thailand
11:10 Lili Zeng Validation and analysis of satellite-derived latent-heat flux over the South China Sea
11:30 Chun Hoe Chow Sea surface height oscillation with a quasi-four-month period along the continental slope and its impact on sea surface temperature in the northern South China Sea
11:50 Ming-Kuang Hsu Generation and evolution of Mode-Two internal waves in the ocean
12:10 M.L. Heron A high resoultion VHF ocean radar for remotely sensing currents in Ports and Harbours
12:30 Ming-Xia HE Bathymetry and bottom classification of Dongsha Atoll derived from full resolution MERIS data
12:50~14:00 Lunch
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22-Oct Auditorium 1
SS 1A  09:00 Tamotsu Igarashi JAXA¡¦s ongoing and the future earth observation
09:25 Yongseung Kim Space development activities in Korea
09:50 Werner Alpers ESA earth observation programmmes¡V Ocean remote sensing
10:15 Sateesh C. Chenoi Indian earth observation satellites¡V Ocean remote sensing
10:40~11:00 Tea Break
SS 1B  11:00 Yves Crevier Supporting observation of the oceans ¡V The Canadian Space Agency contribution to science and operational activities
11:25 Guey-Shin Chang National Space Organization
11:50 Susanne Lehner TerraSAR-X and Tandem-X Applications in Coastal Areas
12:15 Panel Discussion
12:50~14:00 Lunch
RI 1 14:00 Vladimir V. Ivanov The long term variations of the Earth¡¦s volume
14:20 Vladimir V. Ivanov The variations of satellite trajectory as a geophysical information
14:40 Wang-Kun Chen Classification of natural hazard by Bayes¡¦ classifier with remote sensing data from satellite
15:00 Mohamad Rukieh Role of remote sensing data in environmental studies (Case study from Syria) 
15:20 DanLing TANG Ocean-atmosphere coupling associated with typhoons and typhoon impact on marine ecosystem
15:40 Ramesh P. Singh Changes in ocean color parameters associated with dust storms
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
22-Oct Auditorium 2
GE 10  14:00 Werner Alpers On the discrimination of radar signatures of atmospheric gravity waves and oceanic internal waves on Synthetic Aperture Radar Images of the sea surface
14:20 J.C.B. da Silva On the generation and propagation of Internal Solitary Waves in the tropical Indian Ocean
14:40 Shuqun Cai Numerical study on the generation of the internal solitary waves in the Luzon Strait
15:00 Leonid M. Mitnik Imprints of oceanic and atmospheric phenomena on satellite SAR images of the sea surface around Taiwan
15:20 Alexey Еrmoshkin Analysis of intense internal wave evolution in the Seas of Japan and Okhotsk using satellite data from synthetic aperture radar and radiometers
15:40 Ying-Tsong Lin Nonlinear internal wave effects on sound propagation in continental shelves
16:00~16:20 Tea Break
22-Oct 4F Conference Room
RI 7  14:00 Hiroshi Kawamura Advanced sea surface temperature retrieval using the Japanese geostationary satellite, Himawari-6
14:10 Yi Chang Long-term observation on wintertime sea surface temperature in the eastern Taiwan Strait
14:30 Yuta Matsuoka Retrieval of high-resolution sea surface temperature data for Sendai Bay, Japan, using the advanced spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER)
14:50 Kohtaro Hosoda Sea surface temperature estimating algorithm from Aqua/MODIS observations for global ocean - Characteristics of errors and quality check processing
15:00 Kohtaro Hosoda Comparison of simultaneous satellite measurements of sea surface temperature by MODIS and AMSR-E on Aqua
15:20 Lei Guan High resolution sea surface temperature merged from multi-sensor data
15:40 Bénédicte Dousset NOAA-AVHRR images of SST, LST, cloud frequency and NDVI over the Hawaiian archipelago : 1990-1999 
16:00~16:20 Tea Break