Remote Sensing of Water Quality: Bridging Operational and Applications Communities
How Can Remote Sensing Address Information Needs and Gaps in Water Quality and Quantity Management?; Cincinnati, Ohio, 28 April–2 May 2014
One of the highest priorities of the NASA Applied Sciences Program (ASP) is to benefit society by supporting the development of tools, services, and applications that leverage Earth observations (EO) and satellite assets, and their transfer to operations. Toward this goal, the Water Resources Application Area of ASP has been exploring how satellite remote sensing could contribute to water quality monitoring decisions and practices and organized a workshop at the biennial National Water Quality Monitoring Conference 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio.