Conference: Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle

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October 18, 2011

AGU Chapman Conference on Remote Sensing of the Terrestrial Water Cycle

Kona, Hawaii, USA
19 –22 February 2012
Conference Objectives and General Description

New and emerging satellite missions will soon produce a more clear picture of the hydrosphere than ever before. It is necessary at this time to synthesize the current status of hydrologic remote sensing and determine what are the necessary next steps for the study of the water cycle. Targeted areas of interest include Precipitation, Snow and Cold Regions, Groundwater and Surface Water Storage, Soil Moisture, and Evapotranspiration. These topics areas are closely aligned with new or upcoming NASA and international satellite missions, and appropriate representatives will be sought to summarize their contribution to the overall study of the water cycle.

Submit Your Abstract. Abstract Central is now open — you may submit your abstract online.

The deadline to submit an abstract is 27 October 2011 — 23:59 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) or 03:59+1 GMT.

Conveners:
Venkat Lakshmi, University of South Carolina, USA, vlakshmi@geol.sc.edu
Doug Alsdorf, Ohio State University, USA, alsdorf.1@osu.edu
Jared Entin, NASA, USA, Jared.K.Entin@nasa.gov
George Huffman, NASA, USA, George.J.Huffman@nasa.gov
Peter van Oevelen, GEWEX, USA, gewex@gewex.org
Juraj Parajka, Vienna University of Technology, Austria, parajka@hydro.tuwien.ac.at

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