Oral programme 4.

4.

Applications of remote sensing data in water resources management
Conveners: Yangbo Chen , María José Polo 
Conveners: M. C. Anderson , Andreas Schumann , J. Martínez-Fernández , Claudia Notarnicola , Ana Andreu 
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Oral programme
 / Wed, 09 May, 15:00–17:00 / Room 3
 / Thu, 10 May, 09:00–13:00 / Hall
 / Thu, 10 May, 15:00–16:30 / Room 3
Poster programme
 / Attendance Wed, 09 May, 17:15–18:30 / Poster area
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Wednesday, 09 May 2018
Room 3
15:00–15:15 RSHS18-4
Calculating confidence intervals for reservoir volume estimated from remote sensing data (withdrawn)
Bruno Collischonn, Robin Clarke, and Tairone Oliveira
15:15–15:30
RSHS18-11
Analysing Impacts of Vegetation Vertical Zonality on Hilly Hydrological Cycle Using Remote Sensing Data and a Distributed Hydrological Model
Yangwen Jia, Junkai Du, Cunwen Niu, Fei Xu, and Wenhai Zhang
15:30–15:45 RSHS18-16
Estimating groundwater contribution to transpiration using satellite-derived evapotranspiration estimates coupled with stable isotope analysis (withdrawn)
Shaeden Gokool, Edward Riddell, Anthony Swemmer, Jesse Nippert, Reinhard Raubenheimer, and Chetty Kershani
15:45–16:00
RSHS18-41
Assessment of SMADI and SWDI agricultural drought indices using remotely sensed root zone soil moisture
Miriam Pablos, Ángel González-Zamora, Nilda Sánchez, and José Martínez-Fernández
16:00–16:15
RSHS18-116
Regional drought monitoring of Mediterranean oak savanna ecosystem using thermal-based evapotranspiration anomalies
Maria P. González-Dugo, Xuelong Chen, Ana Andreu, Pedro Gómez-Giraldez, Elisabet Carpintero, Arnaud Carrara, and Z.(Bob) Su
16:15–16:30
RSHS18-43
Monitoring evapotranspiration from remote sensing data for groundwater resources evaluation
Albert Olioso, Aubin Allies, Chloé Ollivier, Gilles Boulet, Jérôme Demarty, Marc Leblanc, Cécile Velluet, Malik Bahir, Nicolas Martin-StPaul, Belen Gallego-Elvira, Maria Mira, Marie Weiss, Philippe Chauvelon, Olivier Boutron, Konstantinos Chalikakis, Naomi Mazzilli, Sébastien Garrigues, Olivier Marloie, Bernard Cappelaere, and Sarah Tweed
16:30–16:45
RSHS18-47
Assessment of a Satellite Derived Evaporative Drought Index in the Umgeni Catchment, South Africa
Kershani Chetty and Maqsooda Mahomed
16:45–17:00 RSHS18-52
Framework for assessing droughts in ungauged catchments in Cambodia (withdrawn)
Supattra Visessri and Kimhuy Sok

Thursday, 10 May 2018
Hall
09:00–09:15
RSHS18-49
Flood Hazard Modelling in Small Island Developing States using GIS-based geomorphological analysis techniques and LiDAR datasets
Marc Girona-Mata, Donal Neville, and Clive Carpenter
09:15–09:30 RSHS18-51
Evaluation of remotely-sensed precipitation products for streamflow predictions in ungauged catchments in Thailand (withdrawn)
Supattra Visessri
09:30–09:45
RSHS18-15
Field-scale Assessment of Land and Water Use Change using Remote Sensing Data Fusion
Martha Anderson, Feng Gao, Kyle Knipper, Chris Hain, Wayne Dulaney, Dennis Baldocchi, Elke Eichelmann, Kyle Hemes, Josue Medellin-Azuara, Yun Yang, and Bill Kustas
09:45–10:00
RSHS18-54
Monitoring Groundwater Flood Dynamics In Ireland Using Sentinel-1 Imagery
Ted McCormack, Owen Naughton, Rebecca Bradford, and James McAteer
10:00–10:15
RSHS18-120
Validating improved-MODIS products from spectral mixture-Landsat snow cover maps in a mountain region in southern Spain
Rafael Pimentel, Carlo Marin, Ludovica De Gregorio, Mattia Callegari, María José Pérez-Palazón, Claudia Notarnicola, and María José Polo
10:15–10:30
RSHS18-69
Satellite-derived Actual Evapotranspiration Mapping for Basin Water Budget Assessment and Drought Monitoring Applications
Gabriel B Senay, Stefanie Kagone, Naga M Velpuri, Daniel J Goode, and John Eggleston
10:30–10:45
RSHS18-74
Monitoring Stress in Natural Vegetation combining Energy Balance and Satellite Assisted Soil Water Balance
Jose Gonzalez-Piqueras, Julio Villodre, Isidro Campos, Alfonso Calera, and Arnaud Carrara
Coffee break
11:15–12:00
Invited lecture by José Moreno

12:00–12:15
RSHS18-82
Simulating flood process of highly urbanized watershed with remote sensed land use/cover change
Yangbo Chen
12:15–12:30
RSHS18-19
Using remotely sensed data to calibrate a hydrological model in an ungauged basin of a tropical area
Ammar Rafiei Emam, Martin Kappas, and Nguyen Hoang Khanh Linh
12:30–12:45
RSHS18-97
A hydrological model driven by remote sensing products at basin scale in the South East of Spain
Sandra García, Patricia Olmos Giménez, and José Angel Martínez Pérez
12:45–13:00
RSHS18-111
Spatio-temporal model implementation using remote-sensed soil moisture as main state variable for the Upper Turia catchment.
Carlos Antonio Echeverría Martinez, Félix Francés García, and Guiomar Ruiz-Pérez
Lunch

Thursday, 10 May 2018
Room 3
15:00–15:15
RSHS18-112
Groundwater flood mapping in Ireland using multi-temporal synthetic aperture radar imagery
Owen Naughton, Ted McCormack, Rebecca Bradford, and James McActeer
15:15–15:30
RSHS18-77
To what extent are UAVs appropriate for remote sensing in small river basins?
Samuel Park
15:30–15:45 RSHS18-129
Multi-spectral LiDAR bathymetry of an urban river environment (withdrawn)
Maxim Okhrimenko, Craig Coburn, and Chris Hopkinson
15:45–16:00
RSHS18-87
Measuring Changes in Glacier extent of Dhauliganga basin, Kumaun Himalaya using Remote sensing and GIS techniques
Dhanendra Kr. Singh, Praveen K. Thakur, Bhanu P. Naithani, and Suvrat Kaushik
16:00–16:15
RSHS18-128
Bathymetry time series using high spatial resolution satellite images
Manuel Erena Arrabal, José Antonio Domínguez Gómez, and Sandra García Galiano
16:15–16:30
RSHS18-98
Himalayan glacier dynamics study using integrated use synthetic aperture radar and optical datasets
Praveen K. Thakur, Dhanendra K. Singh, Jasmine Chawla, Arpit Chouksey, Suvrat Kaushik, Vaibhav Garg, Pankaj R. Dhote, Bhaskar R. Nikam, Shiv P. Aggarwal, and A Senthil Kumar