The webinar 'The Methods for Ecohydraulics: remote sensing' took place on 17-20 May.

The workshop was initiated by prof. Michael Nones from the Department of Hydrology and Hydrodynamics IG PAS in collaboration with IAHR Committee for Ecohydraulics, IAHR Poland Young Professional Network and EcoENet.

The 4-day webinar focused on new tools, methods, equipment and methodologies, for monitoring water habitats with the aim to share knowledge and address such data survey needs. The initiative has gathered over 200 participants from all over the world. The keynote lectures were presented by:

  • Stephen Dugdale: Remote sensing of river temperature in a changing climate: from knowledge to applied river management
  • Nicholas Porter: Can you hear me now? An overview of telemetry technologies and their applications
  • Antoin O’Sullivan: A picture speaks a thousand words: remote sensing in ecohydraulics
  • Knut Alfredsen: Experiences with LiDAR and aerial imagery for the assessment of winter habitat, hydraulic modelling and riverscape classification
The recordings of the webinar are available in the IAHR video libraryThe proceedings are available online Book of Abstracts and the Special Issue of  Journal of Ecohydraulics  'Remote Sensing in Ecohydraulicsis in the process of editing.