Award winner

Award winner

Berlin Bears

Berlin Bears

The ISRSE36 Awards Committee selected the best oral presentation and the best poster presented during the 5 days of the conference. From numerous recommendations by the technical session chairs the awards committee selected Dr. Mary Ellen Miller from the Michigan Tech Research Institute, USA, and her co-authors as the best oral presentation:

Rapid Response Tools and Datasets for Post-Fire Modeling: Linking Earth Observytions and Process-based Hydrological Models to Support Post-Fire Remediation.

M. E. Miller a,*, M. Billmire a, W. J. Elliot b, K. A. Endsley a and P. R. Robichaud b

a Michigan Tech Research Institute, Michigan Technological University, 3600 Green Court, Suite 100, Ann Arbor, MI 48105, USA, – (memiller, mgbillmi, kaendsle)
b U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 1221 South Main Street, Moscow ID 83843, USA – (welliot, probichaud)

The Awards Committee also visited the 4 poster presentation sessions and selected Prof. Pedro Walfir Souza Filho from the Vale Institute of Technology, Brazil, and his co-authors as best poster presentation:

Changes in the land cover and land use of the Itacaiunas River watershed, arc of deforestation, Carajas, southeastern Amazon.

P.W.M. Souza-Filho a,b,*, W.R. Nascimento Jr. b, B.R. Versiani de Mendonça c, R.O. Silva Jr. a, J.T.F. Guimarães a,b, D. Oti, R. Dall’Agnol a,b, and J.O. Siqueira b

a Vale Institute of Technology (ITV), Belém, Pará, Brazil – (pedro.martins.souza, renato.silva.junior, tasso.guimaraes, Roberto.dallagnol. jose.oswaldo.siqueira)
b Intelligence Planning and Environment, Vale S.A., Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, Brazil –
c Geoscience Institute, Universidade Federal do Pará, Belém, Pará, Brazil –

The Co-Chair of the Awards Committee, Prof. John Trinder, congratulated both winners during the Conference closing ceremony and delivered the award – a Berlin Bear – to the winners.

Congratulations to Dr. Miller and Prof. Souza Filho.