Application of Remote Sensing to the Development of an Integrated Water Resources Management System (IWRMS)

Abstract : Water resources management in Southern Africa is a complex challenge which requires an appropriate integrated approach if strategic and prognostic planning should be based on sound scientific findings in order to optimize and conserve the precious land and water resources. The prototype Integrated Water Resources Management System (IWRMS) will be a toolset of validated computer based procedures, where remote sensing is the major methodology to provide areal data sources to hydrological models assisting water resources managers through their decision strategies.
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Volker Hochschild, Isabelle Herlin, Sandro Moretti, Thierry Ranchin, Helmut Staudenrausch. Application of Remote Sensing to the Development of an Integrated Water Resources Management System (IWRMS). International Symposium on remote sensing of environment, Mar 2000, Cape Town, South Africa. ⟨inria-00532743⟩

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