EGU General Assembly 2022
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Contributions of Eric Wood to hydrologic remote sensing

Valentijn Pauwels
Valentijn Pauwels
  • Monash University, Department of Civil Engineering, Clayton, Australia (

Remote sensing is one of the major sources of data for the hydrological sciences. This presentation provides an overview of the contributions of Eric Wood to this field, encompassing studies from the last three decades, across multiple continents and different spatial and temporal scales. The remotely sensed variables include, but are not limited to, surface soil moisture content (through active and passive remote sensing), precipitation, and evapotranspiration. A general overview of the field and satellite campaigns in which these methods and products were developed will be presented. A short overview of the application of these products for different purposes is also provided.

How to cite: Pauwels, V.: Contributions of Eric Wood to hydrologic remote sensing, EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, Austria, 23–27 May 2022, EGU22-416,, 2022.


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