Solid Earth Sciences(S)
Session Sub-categoryTechnology & Techniques
Session IDS-TT49
TitleAirborne surveys and monitoring of the Earth
Short TitleAirborne surveys and monitoring
Main ConvenerNameShigekazu Kusumoto
AffiliationGraduate School of Science and Engineering for Research, University of Toyama
Co-Convener 1NameShigeo Okuma
AffiliationGeological Survey of Japan, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
Co-Convener 2NameTakao Koyama
AffiliationEarthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo
Co-Convener 3NameYuji Mitsuhata
AffiliationAdvancedIndustrial Science and Technology
Session LanguageEJ
ScopeAirborne surveys are useful to better understand the whole and/or the detailed structures of the Earth and their variations. They can be implemented from a traditional manned and newly-developed unmanned aircraft to efficiently map very large or remote areas with difficult access. We invite studies on theory, instrumentation, processing, modeling or inversion and applications of airborne surveys.
Presentation FormatOral and Poster presentation
Co-Sponsoring Societies
(Society Members)
The Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan
Invited Authors
  • Toshiyuki Tosha (Kumamoto University)
  • Shohei Naito (National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience)
  • Youichi Yuuki (Oyo corporation)
Time Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Oral Presentation May 21 AM2
10:45 - 11:00 STT49-01An application of the heli-borne survey data to geothermal resource studyToshiyuki Tosha Abstract
11:00 - 11:15 STT49-02Preliminary Experiments of a Drone Magnetic Survey System for Geophysical MappingShigeo Okuma Abstract
11:15 - 11:30 STT49-03Aeromagnetic survey in Shinmoedake volcano after the 2017 eruptionTakao Koyama Abstract
11:30 - 11:45 STT49-04Study on the extracting dangerous area for shallow landslides in the Nachi River basin using the airborne electromagnetic surveyAtsuhiko Kinoshita Abstract
11:45 - 12:00 STT49-05APPLICATION OF AIRBORNE MAGNETIC DATA FOR GOLD MINES-NAMUNO-MOZAMBIQUEAuthors: Macuacua C. Carlos, Toru Mogi, Kazuya Ishizuka (Hokkaido University) and Mitsuru Utsugi (Kyoto University)Toru Mogi Abstract
12:00 - 12:15 STT49-06A study on depth of investigation (DOI) and footprint of airborne time-domain electromagnetic (TEM) surveys.Shogo Komori Abstract
Presentation No Title Presenter Abstract
Poster Presentation May 21 Core Time
STT49-P01 Verification of damage detection methods utilizing the image analyzing method with orthographic projection photographs of the Kumamoto earthquake Shohei Naito Abstract
STT49-P02 Implementation of airborne geophysics using unmanned aerial vehicles (drone) Youichi Yuuki Abstract
STT49-P03 Airborne magnetic survey results over the northeast slope of Fuji volcano Youichi Yuuki Abstract
STT49-P04 Three-dimensional modeling of volcanic landform using UAV photogrammetry – Impact of GCP and image overlap rate on model accuracy - Yuichi Iwasa Abstract
STT49-P05 Drone-borne 3-dimensional measurement instrument for PM2.5 and harmful gases in the atmospheres such as polluted areas and volcano craters OKAMOTO WATARU Abstract
STT49-P06 Special Techniques for Airborne Survey Technologies Using Unmanned Helicopters in Noboribetsu Volcano Tomoya Hayakawa Abstract
STT49-P07 Airborne surveillance using an unmanned autonomous helicopter at Noboribetsu Volcano Akinori Satoh Abstract
STT49-P08 Geothermal system of the Niseko volcanoes area deduced by the magnetization structure Mitsuyoshi Iwata Abstract
STT49-P09 The validation results of the DSM of the geothermal area from the multiple-view images of an airborne sensor (ARTS-SE’s camera systems) Tetsuya Jitsufuchi Abstract
STT49-P10 Automatic estimation of fault type in two dimension using gravity gradient tensor Shigekazu Kusumoto Abstract
STT49-P11 Relationships between power spectrum of each component of gravity gradient tensor and subsurface structure Shigekazu Kusumoto Abstract