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Water resource management in-person and online trainings focus on accessing, interpreting, and applying remote sensing and model-based hydrologic cycle components and water quality parameters. These include:

  • Rainfall
  • Snow cover
  • Soil moisture
  • Runoff
  • Evapotranspiration
  • Groundwater
  • Lake level heights
  • Cloud and atmospheric humidity at regional and global scales
  • Chlorophyll-a concentration
  • Colored dissolved organic matter index
  • Euphotic depth
  • Water temperature
  • Coastal oceans, inland lakes, and estuaries

Trainings cover these topics and available NASA data, products, and tools for water resources and disaster management. Courses are appropriate for policy makers, regulatory agencies, NGOs and other applied science professionals.

Download the Online Resource Guide