This session is dedicated to a forum for using emerging geospatial techniques and algorithms, such as drones and RTK GPS, to advance better delineation and understanding of the hydrological and hydrogeological systems and estimation of water demand and uses. This session should appeal to an audience with interests in the application of geospatial sciences for water resources.
|Presenter||Qiusheng Wu*, Binghamton University, Efficient delineation of nested depression hierarchy in digital elevation models for hydrological analysis using level-set method||20||2:00 PM|
|Presenter||Thomas Pingel*, Virginia Tech, Andrea Saavedra, Northeastern Illinois University, Lily Cobo, Northern Illinois University, Deriving Land and Water Elevations in the Yucatán Peninsula using RTK GPS and UAV-based Photogrammetry||20||2:20 PM|
|Presenter||Kirandeep Kaur Basran*, Applied Geospatial Research Group, Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Gregory J. McDermid, Applied Geospatial Research Group, Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Mir Mustafizur Rahman, Applied Geospatial Research Group, Department of Geography, University of Calgary, Mapping Groundwater Table in Alberta’s Boreal Region Using Remote Sensing Techniques||20||2:40 PM|
|Presenter||Francisco Ochoa*, University of Texas - Austin, Kelley A. Crews, University of Texas - Austin , Modeling and calibrating evapotranspiration through spectral indices in savanna ecosystems||20||3:00 PM|
|Presenter||Xue Li*, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Timothy N Mcpherson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, High-resolution water consumption estimates based on open information||20||3:20 PM|
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