Special Issue "Remote Sensing used in Environmental Hydrology"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2019) | Viewed by 16853
Interests: geomatics disciplines with a specialization in GIS, thermography, interferometry, radiometry and surface energy balance
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Special Issue in Remote Sensing: Advances in Scaling and Modelling of Essential Variables for Environmental Monitoring with Multiscale Earth Observations
Special Issue in Remote Sensing: Remote Sensing in Geomatics
Although Earth Observation (EO) technology has improved our ability to characterize and manage ecosystems and water resources both in space and in time, there are many emerging technologies and research areas where the potential of Earth Observation has not fully exploited.
The development of hyperspectral sensors, SAR acquiring at different frequencies, LiDAR, unmanned aerial vehicles, small micro and nano satellites, virtual constellations, represents unprecedented new opportunities; is the research community developing remote sensing to its full potential?
Research papers are sought covering progress, recent advances and future trends of the following topics: satellite rainfall estimation; snow and ice hydrology; water resource management; drought monitoring and prediction; soil moisture mapping; flooding; water quality; evapotranspiration; water securing for food and climate change, landslides; safety and security of critical infrastructures; hydrogeomatics.
Dr. Antonino Maltese
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- emerging technologies
- securing water for food
- soil moisture
- unmanned aerial vehicles
- surface energy balances
- lidar and radar