About us
The Team of Earth Observation for Water Cycle (EOWater) focuses on fundamental and cutting-edge research to develop theories, methodologies and models to retrieve land surface hydrological parameters and variables for the monitoring and modeling of terrestrial water cycle by satellite remote sensing. The team has been integrating advanced remote sensing technology and earth observation science building upon multidisciplinary knowledge. Bringing to fruition the high spatiotemporal resolution of remote sensing observations, the research carried out by EOWater is leading towards the better scientific understanding of how the terrestrial water cycle system responds and adapts to climate and anthropic forcing. This contributes to enhance the ability to forecast and monitor water related disasters. The work of the EOWater Team can provide scientific support for national water resource management in the context of global change.