Remote sensing of spectral radiation and the derivation of basic physical parameters hold much promise to aid the hydrologists in their endeavours. This technology is advancing at a rapid pace and so also are its potential applications to the science of hydrology. The report discusses the observational data requirements in operational hydrology and the ability of remote sensing methods, both satellite and aircraft based, to meet these requirements either at present or in the future.
Format: Digital (Available online for logged-in users), Hard copy
ISBN (or other code): 92-63-10773-9