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Frascati (Rome), Italy 15-17 September 2015

Surface Water Storage and Runoff : Modeling, In-Situ data and Remote Sensing

Third Space for Hydrology Workshop

Surface Water Storage and Runoff : Modeling, In-Situ data and Remote Sensing

Third Space for Hydrology Workshop

Lieu et date : ESA-ESRIN, Frascati (Rome), Italy 15-17 September 2015

Organisation  : The European Space Agency, in the context of the Scientific Exploitation of Operational Missions (SEOM) programme element, and CNES are organising a sequel event to Hydrospace2007 held at WMO, called 3rd Space for Hydrology Workshop - "Surface Water Storage and Runoff : Modeling, In-Situ data and Remote Sensing"

Présentation

The workshop is organised around papers and posters selected by the Scientific Committee. Round table discussions with initial questions prepared by the Scientific Committee. The Workshop proceedings will be published by ESA in the SP series. Authors are required to submit a 4-6 page written summary of their contribution. Co-chairs will contribute to a “Summary and Recommendations” paper.

Objectifs

The main objectives of the workshop are to prepare for the exploitation of the next generation of altimeters, to bring together hydrologists, model developers and in-situ data analysts, and space scientists in order to tackle the future challenges in the hydrology of surface water storage and runoff. Round table discussions are planned to address key questions such as : •What are the key science questions ahead ? •What are the challenges and how to address them ? •What aspects of surface water observation and modelling are sufficiently mature for use in operational services ? From Research and Development to Operational Use of remote sensing information in hydrological applications and water resources Management… how do we go from here ? •How to strengthen the collaboration between the three communities : in-situ, modeling and space observation scientists ?

The expected outcome of the workshop is to define an action plan for the future and converge on recommendations from the Scientific Community

Thèmes

1. Space techniques to measure hydrological surface variables
2. Monitoring Spatio-temporal changes of surface waters from space
3. Modelling and Assimilation :
4. Requirements from the Inland Water Hydrology Community :

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