Projects H-CEL

Ongoing research projects

  1. DOWN2EARTH: Translation of climate information into multilevel decision support for social adaptation, policy development, and resilience to water scarcity in the Horn of Africa Drylands

  2. DRY-2-DRY: Do droughts self-propagate and self-intensify?
  3. Digital Twin Earth - Hydrology
  4. ET-Sense: High-resolution terrestrial evaporation from Sentinels
  5. ALBERI: Assessing Links Between Biogenic Emissions and Remotely sensed photosynthesis Indicators
  6. GCOS: Essential Climate Variable (ECV) on surface latent and sensible heat fluxes
  7. BELSAR-Science - Exploitation of the first bistatic SAR time series for agriculture and hydrology applications
  8. Stochastic modelling of future extreme discharges as a tool for water resource management
  9. Improving flood forecasting based on optimized flood mapping from radar images

Finished research projects

  1. LandFlux: The GEWEX LandFlux Project
  2. SurFlux: WCRP initiative to promote dissemination of data and information related to surface-air fluxes
  3. SATDATA 3.0: High resolution evaporation data for The Netherlands
  4. SAT-EX: Global impacts of hydrological and climatic extremes on vegetation
  5. STR3S: Stress on TRanspiration Sensed from Satellite Systems
  6. HYDRAS+: Improving drought monitoring through assimilating multi-source remote sensing observations in hydrologic models
  7. SMOS+ET2: On the value of SMOS data to derive global evaporation
  8. Optimized discharge assessment based on hydrodynamic simulation results
  9. Use of in situ soil moisture observations for data assimilation in distributed hydrological modelling
  10. SMOS+ET1: On the value of SMOS data to derive evaporation over Australia
  11. SMOS+Hydrology
  12. Integrating Radar Remote Sensing, Hydrologic and Hydraulic Modelling for Surface Water Management
  13. Epidemoist: Improving epidemiological modelling using satellite derived soil moisture proxies
  14. Copula-based models for generating design rainfall
  15. Assessment of the use of rainfall generators for the development of flood risk maps
  16. Assessment of land surface characterization and implications for distributed hydrological modelling
  17. Hydrologic modeling for surface water management – estimation of the catchment averaged evapotranspiration
  18. Stochastic rainfall generation accounting for climate changes
  19. Floodmoist: Flood mapping and soil moisture retrieval for improved water management
  20. Spatial scaling uncertainty in hydrological variables based on remote sensing
  21. Water and sediment budgets of Lake Tana for optimisation of land management and water allocation (Ethiopia)