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TERENO workshop 2015: program and presentations

Session 1: TERENO and related projects

 
Welcome

Prof. Dr. Alberto Moreira, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

Report on TERENO status
Prof. Dr. Harry Vereecken, FZJ Jülich

Helmholtz-Allianz “Remote Sensing and Earth System Dynamics

Prof. Dr. Irena Hajnsek, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen

ScaleX Project
Dr. Matthias Zeemann, KIT Garmisch-Partenkirchen

 

Session 2: Invited Presentations

 
Ground‐based remote sensing of precipitation for hydrologicalapplications

Prof. Dr. Remko Uijlenhoet, University Wageningen

SoilLandscapeModelling
Dr. Hans‐Jörg Vogel, UFZ Leipzig

Investigation of SMAP fusion algorithms with airborne active and passive L‐band microwave remote sensing
Dr. Carsten Montzka, FZJ Jülich

 

Session 3: Invited Presentations

 
Remote Sensing of land‐surface‐atmosphere interaction
Dr. Volker Wulfmeyer, Univerität Hamburg

Remote Sensing of soil properties and soil patterns
Dr. Sabine Chabrillat, GFZ Potsdam

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