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Improving surface-subsurface water budgeting using high resolution satellite imagery applied on a brownfield

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2011

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Dujardin, J., Batelaan, O., Canters, F., Boel, S., Anibas, C., and Bronders, J., 2011, Improving surface-subsurface water budgeting using high resolution satellite imagery applied on a brownfield: Science of The Total Environment, v. 409, iss. 4, p. 800-809.

Summary

The estimation of surface-subsurface water interactions is complex and highly variable in space and time. It is even more complex when it has to be estimated in urban areas, because of the complex patterns of the land-cover in these areas. In this research a modeling approach with integrated remote sensing analysis has been developed for estimating water fluxes in urban environments. The methodology was developed with the aim to simulate fluxes of contaminants from polluted sites. Groundwater pollution in urban environments is linked to patterns of land use and hence it is essential to characterize the land cover in a detail. An object-oriented classification approach applied on high-resolution satellite data has been adopted. To assign [...]

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ISSN WECC 0048-9697

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