Bathymetry time series using high spatial resolution satellite images
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AuthorErena Arrabal, Manuel; Domínguez Gómez, José Antonio; Atenza Juárez, Joaquín Francisco; García Galiano, Sandra Gabriela; Soria García, Juan Miguel; [et al.]
Knowledge AreaIngeniería Hidráulica
Bibliographic CitationErena, M.; Domínguez, J.A.; Atenza, J.F.; García-Galiano, S.; Soria, J.; Pérez-Ruzafa, Á. Bathymetry Time Series Using High Spatial Resolution Satellite Images. Water 2020, 12, 531. https://doi.org/10.3390/w12020531
The use of the new generation of remote sensors, such as echo sounders and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers with differential correction installed in a drone, allows the acquisition of high-precision data in areas of shallow water, as in the case of the channel of the Encañizadas in the Mar Menor lagoon. This high precision information is the first step to develop the methodology to monitor the bathymetry of the Mar Menor channels. The use of high spatial resolution satellite images is the solution for monitoring many hydrological changes and it is the basis of the three-dimensional (3D) numerical models used to study transport over time, environmental variability, and water ecosystem complexity.
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