Satellite Remote Sensing for Proactive Catchment Management - Phase I - 4475
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2015 $1.00 Ms. Jennifer I Warner Martyn Silgram ADAS UK Ltd.
This Phase I project studied the feasibility of remote sensing technology (e.g., satellite imagery tools) to support targeted catchment management activities, which may include engagement with land managers to change practices and the provision of land use inputs into catchment-scale hydrological and nutrient pollution models. The project was published in three volumes and promising technologies from Phase I are being further evaluated in Project 4576. Research partner: UKWIR. Published in 2015.

Report NameReport #AvailableOrder ReportDownload PDFExecutive Summary
Satellite Remote Sensing for Proactive Catchment Management: Volume 1 - Summary Report4475a5/20/2015 
Satellite Remote Sensing for Proactive Catchment Management: Volume 2 - Scientific and Technical Review4475b5/20/2015 
Satellite Remote Sensing for Proactive Catchment Management: Volume 3 - Case Studies, Operational Aspects and Forward Look4475c5/20/2015 
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