Using microwave remote sensing to monitor long-term variability of water and vegetation over land
11:00-12:30 Monday 25 March
Gilbert Room, School of Geography and the Environment
This presentation is organised by the Oxford Hydrology Group.
About the speaker
Wouter Dorigo is head of the research group Climate and Environmental Remote Sensing (CLIMERS) at the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien). He has (co-)authored more than 70 peer-reviewed journal publications and over 160 papers and abstracts in conference proceedings.
Wouter’s research focuses on the generation, error characterisation, and use of long-term datasets of hydrological and vegetation variables from microwave remote sensing. Using novel data-driven methods, he assesses the impact of hydrology, climate, and human drivers on ecosystem variability and change.