International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium

In 2021 a joint initiative of Belgium and The Netherlands

WE3.O-13: Assessing Risks and Understanding Impacts of Hydro-meteorological Hazards: The Benefit of Multi-source Remote Sensing
Wed, 14 Jul, 12:25 - 13:55 (UTC)
Wed, 14 Jul, 14:25 - 15:55 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Wed, 14 Jul, 20:25 - 21:55 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Wed, 14 Jul, 08:25 - 09:55 Eastern Standard Time (UTC -4)
Session Chair: Silvia Maria Alfieri, Delft University of Technology
Session Manager: Jasper Feyen
Track: Invited Sessions

WE3.O-13.1: DOCUMENTING IMPACTS OF HYDRO-METEOROLOGICAL EVENTS USING EARTH OBSERVATION

Silvia Maria Alfieri, Fatemeh Foroughnia, Adriaan van Natijne, Ali Mousivand, Roderik Lindenbergh, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands; Federico Porcu, Beatrice Pulvirulenti, Alma Mater Studiorum, Universita’ di Bologna, Italy; Thomas Zieher, Oesterreichische Akademie Der Wissenschaften, Austria; Jingxin Yang, School of Geography and Remote Sensing, China; Massimo Menenti, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

WE3.O-13.3: URBAN HEATWAVES AND THERMAL REMOTE SENSING

James Voogt, University of Western Ontario, Canada

WE3.O-13.4: INTEGRATED MONITORING OF A SLOWLY MOVING LANDSLIDE BASED ON TOTAL STATION MEASUREMENTS, MULTI-TEMPORAL TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING AND SPACE-BORNE INTERFEROMETRIC SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR

Thomas Zieher, Jan Pfeiffer, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria; Adriaan van Natijne, Roderik Lindenbergh, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

WE3.O-13.5: BENEFIT OF MULTISOURCE REMOTE SENSING FOR FLOOD MONITORING: ACTUAL STATUS AND PERSPECTIVES

Hervé YESOU, Nadine THOLEY, Université de Strasbourg, France; Jean-François CRETAUX, CNES, France; Stephen CLANDILLON, Université de Strasbourg, France