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Best Symposium Paper and Best Symposium Presentation / Meilleur article du Symposium et Meilleure présentation du Symposium

Awards may be given for the Best Symposium Paper and the Best Symposium Presentation at each Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. To be eligible, the paper must appear in the proceedings and the work must be presented by one of the authors. The papers and presentations will be judged by an Awards Committee in terms of significance and research quality. The winner will receive a certificate.

Recipients / Récipiendaires Best Symposium Paper / Meilleur article du Symposium

2000 – Jeff A. Dechka (GeoAnaytic Inc.), D.R. Peddle (University of Lethbridge), S.E. Franklin

(University of Calgary), and G.B. Stenhouse (Foothills Model Forest): "Grizzly Bear Mapping Using Evidential Reasoning and Maximum Likelihood Classifiers: A Comparison".

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2001 - Philippe M. Teillet (CCRS), D.L. Helder (South Dakota State University), B.L. Markham, J.L. Barker (NASA GSFC), K.J. Thome (University of Arizona), R. Morfitt (USGS EROS Data Center), J.R. Schott (Rochester Institute of Technology), and F.D. Palluconi (JPL): "A Lifetime Radiometric Calibration Record for Landsat Thematic Mapper".

Recipients / Récipiendaires Best Symposium Presentation / Meilleure présentation du Symposium

2000 - E. Fillol , A. Royer (Université de Sherbrooke), C. Caya, R. Laprise et A. Frigon (Université du Québec à Montréal) : "Comparaison des variations de la température de surface dérivée des données satellitaires NOAA-AVHRR et du modèle CRCM"

2001 - Jérôme Théau and C.R. Duguay (Université Laval). "Mapping the Degradation of the George River Caribou Herd Summer Habitat with Landsat Data".

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