CCST BRIEFING: Remote Sensing Technologies and Water Resilience

Can we look to the sky to address California’s water challenges?  As California continues to grapple with frequent drought and overdrafted aquifers, satellite-based measurements offer a cost-effective way to generate high-resolution data on groundwater resources across a wide geographic area.  In conjunction with other ground-based monitoring, data from satellites can help inform sustainable groundwater management.

In December, the California Council on Science and Technology brought three experts together to discuss the role of remote sensing technologies to provide information to support water management decisions.

Panel discussed groundwater applications of Open ET and InSAR to groundwater management in the San Joaquin Valley.

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