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18/09. Remote sensing based water and energy fluxes estimation in a enchanging enviroment

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Workshop in Córdoba, Spain

 

REMOTE SENSING BASED WATER AND ENERGY FLUXES ESTIMATION IN A CHANGING ENVIROMENT
Understanding, characterizing and closing both the water and energy budgets have been a major focus for research in the last years. Water and energy fluxes regimes condition the availability of water at different scales throughout the world, and have an important feedback role in the climate sistem.
Quantifying them requires an efficient and sound monitorinf of the state variables driving their evolution, the external conditions influencing them, and even measuring the fluxes themselves.
Remote sensing provides a unique perspective to approach these exchanges, with sensors, analytical tools and models continuously evpñving and providing new possibilities to address a more complete space-time description of these land-atmosphere processes.
This workshop aims to present the current state of art and discuss the perpectives for the use of earth observation technology on the estimation of water and energy fluxes, with a special focus on the modelling of crops and natural systems evapotranspiration. This actios is part of the CERESS Project activities and is also developed within the framework of the Panta Rhei of Hydrological Sciences, in the Working Group Water and Energy Fluxes in a Changing Enviroment.
 
Localización : Cordoba, IFAPA. Alameda del Obispo, Av. Menéndez Pidal s/n. 
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Understanding, characterizing and closing both the water and energy budgets have been a major focus for research in the last years. Water and energy fluxes regimes condition the availability of water at different scales throughout the world, and have an important feedback role in the climate sistem.

Quantifying them requires an efficient and sound monitorinf of the state variables driving their evolution, the external conditions influencing them, and even measuring the fluxes themselves.Remote sensing provides a unique perspective to approach these exchanges, with sensors, analytical tools and models continuously evpñving and providing new possibilities to address a more complete space-time description of these land-atmosphere processes.
This workshop aims to present the current state of art and discuss the perpectives for the use of earth observation technology on the estimation of water and energy fluxes, with a special focus on the modelling of crops and natural systems evapotranspiration. This actios is part of the CERESS Project activities and is also developed within the framework of the Panta Rhei of Hydrological Sciences, in the Working Group Water and Energy Fluxes in a Changing Enviroment.
 
Localización : Cordoba, IFAPA. Alameda del Obispo, Av. Menéndez Pidal s/n.

Contacto : Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

http://distart119.ing.unibo.it/pantarhei/

 

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