Session 3

Recent developments in unmanned aerial vehicles, imaging technology, and airborne and space borne remote sensing techniques allow high resolution imagining of the environment at unprecedented scale. Remote sensing bridges the scales from point-to-catchment scale observations by airborne UAV to continental scale observations from space. In this session, we welcome contributions addressing novel developments in those fields with strong relevance to characterizing physical states and fluxes as inputs to hydrologic modeling at high spatial and temporal resolution. The session welcomes remote sensing applications for catchment scale processes with strong implications to continental scale process dynamics driven by global change.

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Conveners: Nunzio Romano, Yijian Zeng

Recent developments in unmanned aerial vehicles, imaging technology, and airborne and space borne remote sensing techniques allow high resolution imagining of the environment at unprecedented scale. Remote sensing bridges the scales from point-to-catchment scale observations by airborne UAV to continental scale observations from space. In this session, we welcome contributions addressing novel developments in those fields with strong relevance to characterizing physical states and fluxes as inputs to hydrologic modeling at high spatial and temporal resolution. The session welcomes remote sensing applications for catchment scale processes with strong implications to continental scale process dynamics driven by global change.