Special Issue "Advances in River Monitoring"
A special issue of Hydrology (ISSN 2306-5338).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 April 2023 | Viewed by 237
Interests: stochastic processes; hydrological modelling; model calibration; flood risk; geomorphology; ecohydrology; UAS monitoring
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Interests: water engineering; water resources engineering; hydraulics; hydrological modeling; water quality; hydraulic engineering; flood modelling; river engineering; hydrology
Despite huge advances made by technology, river monitoring is still a challenge for hydrologists and environmental agencies. This issue is becoming even more critical in the present century alongside the increasing number of extreme events that many countries are experiencing. Therefore, we clearly need new methodologies and tools to advance the current knowledge on available water resources and to monitor extreme events. In this context, emerging innovative solutions may overcome some of the existing limitations of traditional monitoring techniques.
The aim of the present Special Issue is to promote the identification of the most innovative new solutions for river monitoring that can be used to increase our knowledge on water availability and control extreme events. In particular, contributions should aim to address the following topics:
- The use of remote-sensing approaches for hydrological, hydraulic and morphological monitoring;
- Innovative methodologies for measuring/modelling/estimating stream flow;
- New methods or technologies to cope with data-scarce environments;
- Use of camera systems for river monitoring;
- Inter-comparison of innovative and classical models and approaches;
- Monitoring of water quality and quantity;
- Biomonitoring and bioindicators used for river ecosystems.
Dr. Salvatore Manfreda
Dr. Domenico Miglino
Dr. Alonso Pizarro
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- river monitoring
- remote sensing
- image processing