FR1.R4.4

SWOT APPLICATIONS FOR WRF-HYDRO MODELING IN ALASKA

Nicholas Elmer, NASA Postdoctoral Program, United States; Christopher Hain, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, United States; James McCreight, David Gochis, National Center for Atmospheric Research, United States

Session:
Wetlands and Inland Waters II

Track:
Land Applications

Presentation Time:
Fri, 2 Oct, 12:30-12:40 (UTC)
Fri, 2 Oct, 20:30-20:40 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Fri, 2 Oct, 14:30-14:40 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Fri, 2 Oct, 05:30-05:40 Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
Ake Rosenqvist, solo Earth Observation and Bruce Chapman, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Session Managers:
Prakash P S and Vinit Sehgal

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FR1.R4.1: FIRST ASSESSMENT OF NOVASAR-1 S-BAND SAR BACKSCATTER CHARACTERISTICS OVER TROPICAL WETLANDS
Ake Rosenqvist, solo Earth Observation, Japan; Amy Parker, Zheng-Shu Zhou, Laura Brindle, Alex Held, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia
FR1.R4.2: Mining exports and climate variability influencing GRACE-derived water storage trend estimates in Australia
Pascal Castellazzi, CSIRO, Australia; Richard Chopping, Government of Western Australia, Australia; Charles Brouard, (Former) INRS, Canada
FR1.R4.3: TRACKING CHANGES IN INUNDATION EXTENT OF A BOREAL WETLAND IN ALASKA USING L-BAND SAR
Bruce Chapman, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, United States; Eric Kasischke, University of Maryland, United States; Nancy French, Michigan Tech Research Institute, United States; Danielle Rupp, Evan Kane, Michigan Tech, United States
FR1.R4.4: SWOT APPLICATIONS FOR WRF-HYDRO MODELING IN ALASKA
Nicholas Elmer, NASA Postdoctoral Program, United States; Christopher Hain, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, United States; James McCreight, David Gochis, National Center for Atmospheric Research, United States
FR1.R4.5: AN ANALYSIS OF ICESAT-2, PALSAR-2 AND SENTINEL-1 DATA FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF INUNDATION CHARACTERISTICS IN THE AMAZON BASIN
Jessica Rosenqvist, City University of New York, United States; Ake Rosenqvist, solo Earth Observation (soloEO), Japan; Kyle McDonald, City University of New York, United States
FR1.R4.6: Study flood regime using high temporal resolution Sentinel-1 images
Dinh Ho Tong Minh, Ibrahim El Moussawi, Yen-Nhi Ngo, Nicolas Baghdadi, INRAE, France; Rumais Blatrix, Doyle McKey, University of Montpellier, France
FR1.R4.7: Global Weekly Inland Surface Water Dynamics from L-Band microwave
Ahmad Al Bitar, Centre d'Etudes Spatiales de la Biosphère, CESBIO, France; Marie Parrens, Université de Purpan, France; Christophe Fatras, CLS, France; Santiago Pena Luque, CNES, France
FR1.R4.8: CHANGES IN WATER SURFACE AREA DURING THE PAST 30 YEARS IN A RAMSAR WETLAND IN DURANGO, MEXICO USING LANDSAT DATA
Sarahi Sandoval, CONACYT-IPN, Mexico; Jonathan G Escobar, Institulo Politecnico Nacional, Mexico
FR1.R4.9: COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS OF CO2 FLUXES AND REFLECTANCE CORRELATIONS IN THE WETLAND ECOSYSTEM
Wojciech Ciężkowski, Małgorzata Kleniewska, Jarosław Chormański, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland
FR1.R4.10: Poyang Lake Vegetation Biomass Inversion using RADARSAT-2 PolSAR data and Simplified Water-Cloud Model
Guozhuang Shen, Chunjiang Li, RADI, CAS, China
FR1.R4.11: CONVOLUTIONAL NEURAL NETWORK FOR COASTAL WETLAND CLASSIFICATION IN HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGE
Chang Liu, Mengmeng Zhang, Wei Li, Beijing Institute of Technology, China; Weiwei Sun, Ningbo University, China; Ran Tao, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
FR1.R4.12: INVESTIGATION OF THE ABILITY OF A PASSIVE MICROWAVE SENSOR TO MONITOR SURFACE WATER OVER COMPLEX LANDSCAPE IN EASTERN SIBERIA
Hiroki Mizuochi, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan; Tetsuya Hiyama, Nagoya University, Japan