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Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability

Felix Kogan

Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability

by Felix Kogan

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media B.V. in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental health,
  • Environmental sciences,
  • Climatic changes,
  • Sustainable development

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Felix Kogan, Alfred Powell, Oleg Fedorov
    SeriesNATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security
    ContributionsPowell, Alfred, Fedorov, Oleg P., SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
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    Open LibraryOL25534908M
    ISBN 109789048196173, 9789048196180

    Kratzer, S., Kyryliuk, D., Edman, M., Philipson, P., Lyon, S.W. () Synergy of Satellite, In Situ and Modelled Data for Addressing the Scarcity of Water Quality. In particular, the research focused on the use of satellite images for flood mapping and monitoring, damage assessment and risk assessment. The contribution of satellite remote sensing for the delineation of flood prone zones, the identification of damaged areas and the development of hazard maps was explored referring to selected cases of study.

    Download Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability or any other file from Books category. HTTP download also available at fast speeds. Powell, O. Fedorov (Eds.) “Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability”. NATO Science NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, , Springer, pp. 19–

      As there is a general lack of in situ meteorological data availability for forcing a hydrological model, there is often a need to use the more widely available satellite-based forcing products (Gebregiorgis et al. ; Gebregiorgis and Hossain , ; Hong et al. ; Khan et al. ; Nijssen and Lettenmaier ; Kamal-Heikman et al. ).Cited by: a new idea to develop a global hourly air temperature data from based on the CRU TS in situ data as well as MERRA, ERA, ERA-Interim, and NCEP reanalysis products. One of the major findings is that the trend of the amplitude of the monthly averaged diurnal cycle from our hourly data is significantly lower than the diurnal.


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More than year operational satellite data have already been used for monitoring land, ocean and atmosphere. These applications have contributed to improve sustainable economy, produce healthy environment and enhance human life. The Advanced Research Workshop sponsored by NATO and organized by.

Request PDF | Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability | More than year operational satellite data have already been used for monitoring land. The presented papers provide information on how to use operational satellites and in situ measurements for early detection of large-scale droughts, floods and fires, diagnose crop and pasture annual losses, predict periods with health/unhealthy vegetation based on such climate forcing events as ENSO, monitor air quality and geomagnetic.

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Ilienko T., Vlasova E. () Merging Remote Sensing and In Situ Data for Estimation of Energy Balance Components Under Climate Change Conditions: Ukrainian Steppe Zone. In: Kogan F., Powell A., Fedorov O. (eds) Use of Satellite and In-Situ Data to Improve Sustainability.

NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental : Tatiana Ilienko, Elena Vlasova. Satellite-based technology can dramatically improve communications and data-sharing capabilities in critical situations when phone and internet lines. Springer, p. More than year operational satellite data have already been used for monitoring land, ocean and atmosphere.

These applications have contributed to improve sustainable economy, produce healthy environment and enhance human life. The Advanced Research Workshop sponsored by. Interviews with Dutch city officials also showed local government seldom has access to the data necessary to improve the state of their parks.

Currently, quality assessments use surveys, checklists, or in-situ observations. This data is quickly outdated, laborious to collect, and lacks a proper, holistic understanding of what quality truly : Nadine Galle. Premise F (Cost-effectiveness): A score of 4 was given based on the assumption, from the discussion of satellite data prices in, that mapping deprived areas at regional and country scale would require the combination of VHR satellite data (e.g., SPOT 5-lower cost) with high resolution free data (e.g., from Sentinel 2) to provide greater cost Cited by: 2.

As remotely sensed data can contribute to filling the gap of sparse in-situ stations in high-altitude environments, a methodology for snow cover detection through time series analyses using Landsat satellite observations stored in an Open Data Cube is described in this paper, and applied to a case study on the Gran Paradiso National Park, in.

The focus of the presentation is on the application of space data for the development of services within emerging ocean industries while managing the Atlantic.

Lagutov, V. Challenges for collection of environmental information and management in the Ural basin and the perspectives for satellite technologies usage In Advanced Research Workshop "Using Satellite and In situ Data to Improve Sustainability".

Kyiv, Ukraine, Book Rescue of Sturgeon Species in the Ural River Basin In NATO Science for. agriculture applications in ukraine in kogan f powell am federov o eds use of satellite and in situ data to improve sustainability the nato science for peace and security programme proceedings of the nato advanced research workshop on using satellite and in situ data to improve sustainability kiev 9 12 on climate change book by.

Using satellite data to develop environmental indicators Alex de Sherbinin1, Marc A Levy1, Erica Zell2, Stephanie Weber2 and Malanding Jaiteh1 1Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN), The Earth Institute at Columbia University, USA 2Battelle Memorial Institute, USA E-mail: [email protected] Received 25 Octoberrevised 17.

Establish an operational and innovative national AMS based on sustainable methods, tools, geospatial technology and in situ data. Identify state of the art methods to improve national forecasts and estimates of crop area and yields. Improve the existing crop forecasting and reporting capability at the provincial level.1.

improve interoperability and sustainability of the product suite by adopting modern data formats, standards, and conventions (netCDF4, CF and ISO conventions, etc.) 2.

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