Session C3: Spatio-Temporal Modelling and Integration

Chairs: Javier Martínez-López, Babak Naimi, Julia Martinez Fernandez, Man Qi.

Schedule

Tueday July 12th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 Multi-label classification methods for predicting mixed land use change Hichem Omrani, Amirhossein Tayyebi, Amin Tayyebi and Bryan Pijanowski B104 Javier Martínez-López, Man Qi.
8:50-9:10 Optimal scales of neighborhood effects on land-use change: An analysis procedure applied in an Alpine mountainous region Quang Bao Le and Robert Huber B104
9:10-9:30 Integration of Land Use and Land Cover Models: Coupling Two Existing Models to Improve the Simulation of Location Choice Harutyun Shahumyan, Rolf Moeckel, Peter Claggett and Frederick Ducca B104
9:30-9:50 Integrated Spatio-temporal model of land-use change: a focus on Mediterranean agriculture under global changes Vahid Mojtahed, Carlo Giupponi, Fabio Eboli, Francesco Bosello and Carlo Carraro B104
10:30-10:50 'Plain-view' earth system simulation Christian Neuwirth B104 Javier Martínez-López, Man Qi.
10:50-11:10 Contribution of remote sensing data to hydrological simulations: case of the Garonne catchment in the South-West of France Sylvain Biancamaria, Simon Gascoin, José-Miguel Sanchez-Perez, François Anctil, Mélanie Bardeau, Gregory Espitalier Noel, Youen Grusson, Pierre Le Cointe, Patrick Le Moigne, Moussa Mballo, François Moussu, Eric Martin and Sabine Sauvage B104
11:10-11:30 Monitoring agricultural landscapes dynamics using the complementarities of optical, microwave and thermal remote sensing data Benoit Cheul, Benoit Coudert and Frederic Baup B104
11:30-11:50 The REGARD project brings 4 platforms together to assess the state of the Garonne river catchment (France) - integrating remote sensing data with hydrological and human activities modeling Sabine Sauvage, Eric Martin, Grégory Espitalier-NoËl, Jordi Etchanchu, Youen Grusson, Romain Lardy, Pierre Le Cointe, François Moussu, Lucie Portier, Salwa Belaqziz, Camille Truche, Moussa Mballo, François Anctil, Mélanie Bardeau, Sylvain Biancamaria, Jacques Chorda, Simon Gascoin, Patrick Le Moigne, Ludovic Lhuissier, Clément Murgue, Sophie Ricci, Vincent Rivalland, Hélène Roux, José-Miguel Sanchez-Perez and Olivier Therond B104
11:50-12:10 Service-based Processing of MODIS Global Terrestrial Evapotranspiration Data for Hydrological Modelling Christian Siegert, Sven Kralisch, Annika Künne, Daniel Nüst, Benjamin Proß and Christoph Stasch B104
14:30-14:50 Modelling approach for a PCB inventory in our environment Gerlinde Knetsch B104 Javier Martínez-López, Man Qi.
14:50-15:10 Evaluation of the sub-grid variability of models simulating atmospheric nitrogen fluxes at regional scale from models integrating processes at landscape scale Niramson Azouz, Jean Louis Drouet, Matthias Beekmann and Pierre Cellier B104
15:10-15:30 Groundwater quality across scales: implications for nutrient transport to large water bodies Hans Dürr and Nils Moosdorf B104
16:30-16:50 Modelling dynamic social-ecological systems: Towards an integrated, multiscale approach Terence Dawson, Lorenzo Milazzo and Gary Polhill B104 Javier Martínez-López, Man Qi.
16:50-17:10 Analysing Urban Development using Decision Tree Based Cellular Automata. Toward an automatic Transition rules creation process. Valentine Judge, Olivier Klein and Jean-Philippe Antoni B104
17:10-17:30 Why Does Dynamic Neighbourhood Configuration Matter in CA-Based Models? Hichem Omrani, Jean Philippe Antoni and Olivier Klein B104
Wednesday July 13th
Time Title Authors Room Moderator(s)
8:30-8:50 Comparative study between spatial-implicit and -explicit model: a case study of vegetation pattern in salt marshes Man Qi, Alexey Voinov and Tao Sun B104 Javier Martínez-López, Man Qi.
8:50-9:10 Spatio-temporal modelling to assess ecosystem condition and services in the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean (Spain – Morocco) using k.LAB Javier Martinez-Lopez, Marta Pascual, Ana Barbosa, Óscar Esparza Alaminos, Stefano Balbi and Ferdinando Villa B104
9:10-9:30 Modeling forest insect outbreaks: efforts towards an inverse approach to model calibration Liliana Perez, Roberto Molowny Horas and Saeed Harati B104
9:30-9:50 On spatial complexity of parameters in agro-ecosystem watershed models: confounding or illuminating? Timothy Green, Rob Erskine, Patricia Cruz, Ricardo Figueiredo, Holm Kipka, Jim Ascough, Greg McMaster and Olaf David B104