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NASA Webinar on Remote Sensing for Flood Monitoring and Management

NASA is holding a weekly webinar that will provide demonstrations and hands-on experience in using NASA remote sensing observations and flood mapping tools useful for flood management. Participants will learn to access rainfall, streamflow, and surface inundation extent data for regional flood cases. In addition, participants will learn to access digital elevation and terrain data, as well as socioeconomic data, to facilitate flood risk assessment and post-flood relief planning using a GIS framework.

Mar 16
2016
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Apr 06
Location
Online
SERVIR-Mekong Events
 

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This webinar provides demonstrations and hands-on experience in using NASA remote sensing observations and flood mapping tools useful for flood management. Participants learn to access rainfall, streamflow, and surface inundation extent data for regional flood cases. In addition, participants learn to access digital elevation and terrain data, as well as socioeconomic data, to facilitate flood risk assessment and post-flood relief planning using a GIS framework.

 

Learning Objectives: 

Attendees will know how to use NASA remote sensing data for flood management, from planning pre-flood monitoring to post-flood relief activities. 

 

Course Format: 

 

Prerequisites: 

 

Audience: 

This webinar is aimed at public and private entities - both national and international - involved in disaster and water resource management, decision support activities, and humanitarian and relief activities. 

 

Registration Information: 

This webinar is free, but you must register when viewing the recording. 

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