Assessing the impact of Invasive Alien Plants on South African water resources using remote sensing techniques

C. Jarmain, W.M.L. Meijninger

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Abstract

Remote sensing continues to expand the ability of scientists to study hydrological
processes. With each new technological development, more of the hydrological
cycle is revealed. This impacts both the scientific understanding of hydrological
processes and the models used for forecasting, and so the ability to improve
decision-making processes and other applications is increasing. This compendium
of more than 100 papers, an outcome of the latest ICRS International Symposium
on Remote Sensing and Hydrology (Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA, Sept 2010),
reviews the status of technologies and highlights new directions and opportunities
for hydrological remote sensing
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRemote Sensing of Hydrology
Subtitle of host publication9781907161278
EditorsC.M.U. Neale, M.H. Cosh
Pages388-392
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Publication series

NameIAHS Publication
Number352

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Jarmain, C., & Meijninger, W. M. L. (2012). Assessing the impact of Invasive Alien Plants on South African water resources using remote sensing techniques. In C. M. U. Neale, & M. H. Cosh (Eds.), Remote Sensing of Hydrology: 9781907161278 (pp. 388-392). (IAHS Publication; No. 352).
Jarmain, C. ; Meijninger, W.M.L. / Assessing the impact of Invasive Alien Plants on South African water resources using remote sensing techniques. Remote Sensing of Hydrology: 9781907161278. editor / C.M.U. Neale ; M.H. Cosh. 2012. pp. 388-392 (IAHS Publication; 352).
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Jarmain C, Meijninger WML. Assessing the impact of Invasive Alien Plants on South African water resources using remote sensing techniques. In Neale CMU, Cosh MH, editors, Remote Sensing of Hydrology: 9781907161278. 2012. p. 388-392. (IAHS Publication; 352).