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DOI 10.3390/environsciproc2022021063
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Title (Primary) Monitoring water turbidity using remote sensing techniques
Author Miglino, D.; Jomaa, S.; Rode, M.; Isgro, F.; Manfreda, S.
Journal Environmental Sciences Proceedings
Year 2022
Department ASAM; HDG
Volume 21
Issue 1
Page From art. 63
Language englisch
Topic T5 Future Landscapes
Keywords water quality assessment; remote sensing; camera; turbidity; water security
Abstract In the present work, the use of optical cameras for turbidity measurements is tested on the Bode River in Germany, which is one of the best-instrumented catchments in Central Germany with a long-term time series on water quantity and quality. Four trap cameras have been installed on monitored cross-sections with the aim to explore the potential of RGB indices for the description of water turbidity. A description of the experimental setup and some preliminary results are introduced.
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Miglino, D., Jomaa, S., Rode, M., Isgro, F., Manfreda, S. (2022):
Monitoring water turbidity using remote sensing techniques
Environ. Sci. Proc. 21 (1), art. 63