Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing in Coastal Management

November 23 - 24, 2009
Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg
Lehmkuhlenbusch 4
27753 Delmenhorst

Programme

Monday, November 23, 2009

10:00      Welcome and Opening
                Prof. Michael Schulz, NWVM and MARUM,
                University of Bremen, Germany

Coastal Environment
(chairperson Michael Schulz, MARUM, Univ. Bremen)

10:15      Radar Remote Sensing of Oil Spills from Satellites: 
               Possibilities and Limitations" - abstract
               Werner Alpers, University of Hamburg,
               Centre for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences , Germany

10:45      Investigating Water Constituents in Coastal Areas 
               using ENVISAT-MERIS Data and the Open Source 
               Image Processing Toolbox BEAM
               - abstract 
               Carsten Brockmann, Brockmann Consult, Germany 

11:15      Coffee Break

11:30      Shallow Water Hydro-acoustic Methods for Detection 
               Wadden Sea Bed Characteristics - abstract 
               Alex Bartholomä, Senckenberg by the Sea, Germany 

12:00      Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing of Oil Spills: 
               One Facet of the Airborne Maritime Surveillance 
               System MEDUSA - abstract
               Nils Robbe, Optimare Sensorsysteme AG, Germany

12:30      Discussion of session Coastal Environment

13:00      Lunch Break

Coastal Zone Management
(chairperson, Carsten Brockmann Brockmann Consult, Germany)

14:30      Use of High Resolution TerraSAR X Measurements
               of Wind Field, Sea State and Morphodynamics for
               Monitoring of Coastal and Offshore Activities - abstract
               Susanne Lehner, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

15:00      Detection of Wave Spatial Variability for Impact
               Assessment of Wave Energy Installations - abstract
               Daniel C. Conley, University of Plymouth, U. K.

15:30      Coffee Break

16:00      Application of HF-Radar for Marine Renewables
               and Storm Surge Monitoring - abstract
               Lucy Wyatt, University of Sheffield, U. K. 

16:30      Discussion of Session Coastal Management 

18:00      Dinner at the HWK, sponsored by WERA/Helzel 

 

Tuesday, November 24, 2009 

Coastal Hazards
(chairperson Thomas Helzel, company WERA/Helzel)

09:30      Contribution of HF Radar WERA to Tsunami
                Early Warning Systems - abstract
               Anna Dzvonkovskaya, IfM, University of Hamburg, Germany

10:00      Is it Possible to Build an Efficient Meteo-Tsunami 
               Warning System? - abstract
               Ivica Vilibic, Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Croatia

10:30      Validation of a Tsunami Model Using Satellite Altimetry Data,
               - abstract
               Sven Harig, Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and
               Marine Research, Germany

11:00      Coffee Break

11:15      Comparison and Validation of Sea State Data from X-Band 
               Sensors WaMoS II and TerraSAR X - abstract
               Andrea Lübben, OceanWaveS GmbH, Germany 

11:45      Studying Coastal Changes Using the Simulation and
                Visualization Software VirtualShore3D and the Model
                SiTProS (Siam Tsunami Propagation Simulator)
                - abstract
                Somporn Chuai-Aree, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

12:15      Discussion of Session Coastal Hazards

12:45      Lunch Break

13:45      Temperature Trends in the North Sea: 
                in-situ Measurements and Remote Sensing Options
                - abstract                
                Rainer Reuter, University of Oldenburg, Germany
               &
Round Table Discussion on the Needs and Perspectives of 
                Remote Sensing of the Coastal Zone 
               (chairperson Rainer Reuter, Uni Oldenburg) 
                Open end

15:00      Final Coffee Break and Good-Bye

 

Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing in Coastal Management

November 23 - 24, 2009
Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg
Lehmkuhlenbusch 4
27753 Delmenhorst

Programme

Monday, November 23, 2009

10:00      Welcome and Opening
               Prof. Michael Schulz, NWVM and Marum,
               University of Bremen, Germany

Coastal Environment
(chairperson Michael Schulz, MARUM, Uni Bremen)

10:15     Radar Remote Sensing of Oil Spills from Satellites:
               Possibilities and Limitations"
               Werner Alpers, University of Hamburg,
               Centre for Marine and Atmospheric Sciences , Germany

10:45      Investigating Water Constituents in Coastal Areas 
               using ENVISAT-MERIS Data and the Open Source 
               Image Processing Toolbox BEAM - abstract
               Carsten Brockmann, Brockmann Consult, Germany

11:15      Coffee Break

11:30      Shallow Water Hydro-acoustic Methods for Detection 
               Wadden Sea Bed Characteristics - abstract
               Alex Bartholomä, Senckenberg by the Sea, Germany 

12:00      Multi-Sensor Remote Sensing of Oil Spills: 
               One Facet of the Airborne Maritime Surveillance 
               System MEDUSA - abstract
               Nils Robbe, Optimare Sensorsysteme AG, Germany

12:30      Discussion of session Coastal Environment

13:00      Lunch Break

Coastal Zone Management
(chairperson, Carsten Brockmann Brockmann Consult, Germany)

14:30      Use of High Resolution TerraSAR X Measurements
               of Wind Field, Sea State and Morphodynamics for
               Monitoring of Coastal and Offshore Activities - abstrac
               Susanne Lehner, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

15:00      Detection of Wave Spatial Variability for Impact
               Assessment of Wave Energy Installations - abstract
               Daniel C. Conley, University of Plymouth, U. K.

15:30      Coffee Break

16:00      Application of HF-Radar for Marine Renewables
               and Storm Surge Monitoring - abstract
               Lucy Wyatt, University of Sheffield, U. K. 

16:30      Discussion of Session Coastal Management 

18:00      Dinner at the HWK, sponsored by WERA/Helzel 

 

Tuesday, November 24, 2009 

Coastal Hazards
(chairperson Thomas Helzel, company WERA/Helzel)

09:30      Contribution of HF Radar WERA to Tsunami
                Early Warning Systems - abstract
               Anna Dzvonkovskaya, IfM, University of Hamburg, Germany

10:00      Is it Possible to Build an Efficient Meteo-Tsunami 
               Warning System? - abstract 
               Ivica Vilibic, Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries, Croatia

10:30      Validation of a Tsunami Model Using Satellite Altimetry Data
               - abstract 
               Sven Harig, Alfred-Wegener-Institute for Polar and
               Marine Research, Germany

11:00      Coffee Break

11:15      Comparison and Validation of Sea State Data from X-Band
               Sensors WaMoS II and TerraSAR X - abstract 
               Andrea Lübben, OceanWaveS GmbH, Germany 

11:45      Studying Coastal Changes Using the Simulation and
                Visualization Software VirtualShore3D and the Model
                SiTProS (Siam Tsunami Propagation Simulator)
                - abstract
                Somporn Chuai-Aree, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand

12:15      Discussion of Session Coastal Hazards

12:45      Lunch Break

13:45      Temperature Trends in the North Sea: 
                in-situ Measurements and Remote Sensing Options
                - abstract                
                Rainer Reuter, University of Oldenburg, Germany
               &
Round Table Discussion on the Needs and Perspectives of 
                Remote Sensing of the Coastal Zone 
               (chairperson Rainer Reuter, Uni Oldenburg) 
                Open end

15:00      Final Coffee Break and Good-Bye