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Improved monitoring and forecasting of ecological status of European INland waters by combining Future earth ObseRvation data and Models

The 4-years EU FP7-SPACE INFORM project started on 1 January 2014 aims to develop novel and improved user-driven products for inland water quality (WQ) monitoring by using innovative remote sensing methods integrated into biogeochemical models which fully exploits the improved spectral, spatial and temporal capabilities of upcoming Earth Observation (EO) missions (Sentinel-2, Sentinel-3, EnMAP and PRISMA). Validated INFORM EO-model products will form a basis for future Copernicus products to assess e.g. the implementation of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). INFORM developments will lead to recommendations for future E0 missions taking into account requirements for inland water quality monitoring.

Website
INFORM
Internal member(s)
Dimitry Van der Zande
Other member(s)
VITO (BE)
CNR (IT)
EOMAP (DE)
U STIRLING (UK)
Deltares (NL)
PML (UK)
MTA OK (HU)
Klaipeda University (LT)
Funding
EU - FP7
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