Remote Sensing for Water Resource Mapping

Remote sensing has enabled the ability to map, study, monitor and manage water resources. It has further enabled the ability to monitor water environments and thereby can assist in water conservation. In the last four decades water resource mapping has become a major tool for collecting information, visualization and management. With the addition of extremely high spatial resolution satellites in recent years, the applications have multiplied.

UIZ Offers Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in the Field of Water Resource Management, Especially in the Following Domains:

  1. Water Resources Information System
  2. Automatic Extraction of Water Bodies
  3. Mapping of Glacial Lakes & Water Bodies
  4. Assessment of Irrigation Infrastructure
  5. Snowmelt Runoff Forecasting for River Basins
  6. Real-Time Flood Forecasting and Inundation Modelling

 

Ground truthing for water resource monitoring

        Ground truthing for water resource monitoring

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