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The Geo-Environmental Cartography and Remote Sensing Group (CGAT, www.cgat.webs.upv.es) is mainly focused on the development of methods based on satellite imagery and LiDAR data, processing and analysis to characterize territory at different scales. The group specialises in coastal dynamics, analysing shoreline changes using different types of imagery, and three-dimensional topographic changes.
UPV contributes to WP3 in evaluating different algorithmic solutions for defining the shoreline position from satellite imagery before, during, and after the storm events. UPV provides shoreline mapping using optical imagery (Sentinel-2, Landsat 5, 7 and 8), towards developing an automatic method for shoreline extraction.
Prof. Josep E. Pardo-Pascual is Professor in Cartographic Engineering, Geodesy and Photogrammetry, and head of CGAT. His expertise includes environmental dynamics, environmental characterization using cartographic techniques, geomorphology, LiDAR data management, environmental application of Digital Terrain Models, littoral processes and human action.