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News
We have 130 participants from 16 countries(Participants list) (5 August 2014).
Publication of proceedings
is updated (24 July 2014).

A floor map of Hotel Taikanso is available (15 July 2014).
Information on a shuttle bus is updated (9 July 2014).
Information on
excursion and publication of proceedings is updated (25 June 2014).

Oral and poster programs
are announced (22 May 2014).
The GENAH 2014 registration website
is opened (16 May 2014).
Invitation letters were sent by e-mail. Presentation guidelines are announced (7 May 2014).
Information for exhibitors
is announced (30 Apr. 2014).
Abstract submission is closed. We have over 140 abstract submissions (11 Apr. 2014).

Symposium on Geodesy for Earthquake and Natural Hazards (GENAH 2014)

Location: Matsushima, Miyagi, Japan
Date: 22 - 26 July 2014

Objectives of the Symposium

Monitoring temporal and spatial changes in Earth's lithosphere and atmosphere is critical to disaster mitigation. Geodetic techniques, such as GNSS, SAR, satellite gravity missions, etc., have made significant contributions in this regard, and expectation for a greater role of the geodetic community is still growing. Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) is one approach to move forward.
In this symposium, researchers in various fields of geodesy will get together in the Town of Matsushima, northeastern Japan, which suffered tsunami damage in 2011, and discuss the role of geodesy in disaster mitigation and how groups with different techniques can collaborate toward such a goal.

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Topics (See session scopes for details)

• Geodetic satellite systems (GNSS, SAR)
• High rate GNSS
• Emerging new techniques
• Monitoring of gravity change
• Integrated researches of deformations
• Contribution to disaster mitigation

• Global and regional network
• High resolution imaging (InSAR, Lidar)
• Land-based measurements
• Theory and modeling
• Forecast/evaluation of natural hazards

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