Session 6B Remote Sensing Applications in Hydrology, Part I

Tuesday, 24 January 2017: 1:30 PM-2:30 PM
602 (Washington State Convention Center )
Host: 31st Conference on Hydrology
John B. Eylander, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab, Hanover, NH
Elias Deeb, Army Engineer Research and Engineering Center, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, NH

Recent years have seen the proliferation of remote-sensing measurement systems that have application to hydro-meteorology and hydrology, from the ability to better assess regional drought conditions, to improved global snow/ice pack estimates, to higher resolution soil-moisture (active/passive) and QPE estimation, among others. This session solicits papers that overlap these and related remote-sensing applications with the broader overall meeting theme "Observations Lead the Way" while focusing on both situational awareness and hydrological forecasting. Papers that report on statistical and dynamic-model uses of the data (e.g. data-assimilation) as well as the novel use of very recent measurement methods encouraged, as well as scales that may range from small basin hydrology to regional/continental applications. Please contact the program organizer, John McHenry ( for additional information.

1:30 PM
Terrestrial biosphere-atmosphere feedbacks and the CO2 effect
Julia K Green, Columbia University, New York, NY; and P. Gentine and A. G. Konings
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