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Department of Geography Remote Sensing of Water Systems


Remote sensing is a dynamic research field and offers diverse possibilities to measure and understand our ecosystems better. We believe that this fascinating technology is still under exploited and data contain much more information than we think. Are you interested to see how we contribute to remote sensing science? Just click on the picture below ...

Affiliated groups

Radar Remote Sensing (SARLab)

The SAR team is currently affiliated with RSWS and works mainly on the development of processing techniques for airborne and spaceborne SAR data. Main areas of research include image focussing and calibration, polarimetric and interferometric processing as well as application development for environmental research.

Remote Sensing (Eawag)

We are collaborating with the Remote Sensing group at Eawag. The group investigates optical processes in surface waters and explores the use of remote sensing for water quality monitoring on regional and global levels.


Weiterführende Informationen

Latest research output

A paper by Alexander Damm et al. with contributions by Eugenie Paul-Limoges on Remote sensing of forest gas exchange: Considerations derived from a tomographic perspectivehas been published in Global Change Biology.

A paper by Eugenie Paul-Limoges et al. with contributions by Alexander Damm on Partitioning evapotranspiration with concurrent eddy covariance measurements in a mixed forest has been published in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology.

A paper on Remote Sensing of Solar-Induced Chlorophyll Fluorescence (SIF) in Vegetation: 50 Years of Progress by G. Mohammed et al. with contributions by Alexander Damm has been published in Remote Sensing of Environment. Check this paper out, it is rather a compendium and will serve as reference document for many years!