IHE MSc participants
External participants: Young and mid-career water professionals with a technical background and a strong interest in new techniques for water resources monitoring.
Basic working knowledge of QGIS (WMG Module 3 for example).
Preferably a relevant water engineering or water science related BSc degree, basic hydrology. Good command of the English language.
Dates, Fee, ECTS
Start: 08 June 2020
End: 26 March 2020
ECTS credit points: 5
Start: 07 June 2021
End: 25 June 2021
VAT is not included in the course fee
- Explain the basic principles and characteristics of the different types of remote sensing and their suitability for water management applications.
- Use different remote sensing products with GIS software to perform basic spatio-temporal analysis.
- Assess the accuracy of remote sensing data relative to other datasets
- Compile different remote sensing and other global datasets to perform a basic analysis of the water resources conditions in a river basin, identify possible issues and propose solutions in terms of management and monitoring