This webinar includes an overview of NASA data for water resource management applications; the fundamentals of NASA satellite remote sensing and modeling; data for monitoring extreme participation, flooding and drought; and web-based tools for data and image access.
Attendees will be able to access and analyze NASA remote sensing data for flood and drought applications.
No previous remote sensing required
This course is intended for individuals at the local, state and federal level, NGOs, international management agencies and private sector organizations interested in flood and drought applications.
Recordings are unavailable for this webinar series, but you may download the presentation slides and supporting documents.
An overview of the fundamentals of satellite remote sensing, an introduction to atmospheric and land models, and advantages and limitations of satellite and model-derived data.
Where and how to get data for flood and drought monitoring, and spatial-temporal selection and display of data using the Giovanni tool.