Special Interest Group
in the framework of the
27th EARSeL Symposium Geoinformation in Europe
Bolzano/Bozen, Italy, 4-7 June 2007
More than 60% of humans live within 60 km from the coastline, and therefore coastal zones are important environmental and economic resources.
As a complex interface between land and oceans, its investigation from space or using airborne sensors has always been a challenge. The workshop continues the
1st Workshop (Ghent, Belgium, June 2003) and the
2nd Workshop (Porto, Portugal, 2005) on Remote Sensing of the Coastal Zone.
In view of the venue in the southern Alps the 3rd workshop focuses on the impact of inland waters (rivers, lakes, ground water)
to the coastal zones, to the processes induced by freshwater in the marine environment, and the dynamics and budgets of substance transport between land and seas.
The manuscripts will also be available on the Internet within EARSeL's Workshop Proceedings Series.
Authors are particularly encouraged to submit their manuscripts to EARSeL's reviewed open-access journal EARSeL eProceedings.
...and a boat trip with practical exercises!
Waiting for data!
Sirmione is a nice place!
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