Make your final plans to attend the last EGLR Technical Meeting of the year. We hope to see you on the University of Toledo Campus. If you cannot travel to Toledo, then you can still attend via GoToMeeting. Please contact Jim Peters ( if you plan to attend via GoToMeeting. We are looking for our last 2 guest speakers….any Geospatial topic is welcome….please contact Dave Dean ( with your presentation topic.

You will earn 4 PDH Credits for the EGLR ASPRS Technical Meeting. The PDH Credits are awarded by The Ohio State University Department of Civil, Environmental & Geodetic Engineering. Credits are available by attending in-person or via GoToMeeting.


EGLR – ASPRS OCTOBER 2013 TECHNICAL MEETING EVENT Friday/Saturday October 25/26, 2013University of Toledo

The EGLR ASPRS will be having our technical meeting during the day on Friday (10/25/2013).The AAG East Lakes Chapter and CAGONT are having their joint technical meeting on Saturday (10/26/2013).

ASPRS, AAG, and CAGONT members are encouraged to attend both days of presentations

Attend the Exciting! Friday Evening Social Event to thank our ASPRS attendees and welcome our AAG/CAGONT attendees

The evening event includes a guest speaker presentation from
NASA Glenn Research Center, social reception,
Ritter Planetarium shows and Brooks Observatory

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Cost for the EGLR Friday daytime presentations are:
$15 – ASPRS/AAG/CAGONT members
$20 – non-members
$8 – students
PayPal payment is for lunch and registration fees

EGLR Technical presentations will occur on the University of Toledo Campus in Snyder Memorial (SM) Building

Directions to University of Toledo (UT) UT Campus Map

EGLR ASPRS Friday Schedule — Room SM 2050:

  • 8:30 – 9:15 Registration
  • 9:20 – 9:30 Welcome/introductions/schedule
  • 9:30 – 12:00 Morning presentations (break around 10:45)
  • 12:00 – 1:15 Lunch — Room SM 3066
  • 1:15 – 4:15 Afternoon presentations (break around 2:25)

The Guest Speakers for Friday include the following:

  • Ben Vander Jagt (PhD student at OSU)
    • Snow depth estimation using UAV-based lidar and photogrammetry
  • Jessica DeWitt (PhD student at WVU Geology & Geography Department)
    • Quantifying and comparing error in available DEMs: A case study in the southern WV coalfields.
  • Neusa H. McWilliams, Ph D (University of Toledo Geography Professor)
    • Migration and Indigenous communities in the southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas, Mexico
  • Ken Chaffman (Woolpert)
    • Mobile Mapping Solutions for Asset Management
  • Dave Dean (MTRI)
    • Application of Geospatially Enabled Geographic Response Plans for Oil Spill Response in the Western Basin of Lake Erie
  • Dr. Aparajithan Sampath
    • LiDAR data quality management

COMBINED EVENING EVENT on the University of Toledo Campus

  • 4:40 – 5:30 Presentation by Larry Liou – NASA Glenn Research Center
  • 5:30 – 6:30 Evening Reception for AAG/ASPRS/CAGONT attendees
  • 6:30 – 9:00 Ritter Planetarium shows and Brooks Observatory

Hotel Accomodations near the University of Toledo


For technical meeting questions, please contact David Dean at or John Lesko at



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