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2005 - Jonathon Pasher, “Modelling and Mapping Potential Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia Citrina) Habitat Using Remote Sensing”, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University (Doug King and Kathryn Lindsay, Supervisors)

2006 – Scott A. Soenen, "Remote Sensing of Montane Forest Structure and Biomass: A Canopy Reflectance Model Inversion Approach", Department of Geography, University of Lethbridge (Derek Peddle, Supervisor).

Best Symposium Student Paper and Best Symposium Student Presentation / Meilleur article d'étudiant du Symposium et Meilleure présentation d'étudiant du Symposium

Awards may be given for the Best Symposium Student Paper and Best Symposium Student Presentation (oral and/or poster) at each Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. To be eligible, the paper must be presented and prime-authored by a student, although multi-authored papers will be considered. The papers and presentations will be judged by an Awards Committee in terms of significance and research quality for both the written version and the oral or poster presentation. The winner will receive a certificate, registration for the next Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, and in some cases, a cash prize.

Recipients / Récipiendaires Best Symposium Student Paper / Meilleur article d'étudiant du Symposium

1995 - D.R. Peddle (University of Waterloo), F.G. Hall (NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre) and E.F. LeDrew (University of Waterloo): "Spectral Mixture Analysis and Geometric-Optical Reflectance Modeling of Boreal Forest Biophysical Structure, Superior National Forest, Minnesota".

2000 - B. Rivard and R. Bechtel (University of Alberta): "Spectral Properties of Foliose and Crustose Lichens Based on Laboratory Experiments".

2001 - K. Lim (Queen’s University), P. Treitz (Queen’s University), A. Groot (Canadian Forest Service), and B. St-Onge (Université du Québec à Montréal): "Estimation of Individual Tree Heights Using LiDAR Remote Sensing".

2007 – Award sponsored by Union Radio-Scientifique Internationale (URSI): $500.00

S.A. Soenen (University of Lethbridge), D.R. Peddle (Univ. Lethbridge), R.J. Hall (Canadian Forest Service and Univ. Lethbridge), and C.A. Coburn (Univ. Lethbridge): “Multiple Forward Mode Canopy Reflectance Model Inversion for Above Ground Forest Biomass, Alberta Rocky Mountains”.

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