Dragon 3 Final Results Symposium
Presentation on the Hydrology Thematic Exploitation Platform
On July 6th 2016 the concept and opportunities to be offered by the H – TEP were presented by Bernat Martinez to a packed audience of 100 scientists attending the Hydrology and Cryosphere Workshop of the Dragon 3 Final Results Symposium, held in Wuhan, China from July 4th through July 8th.
The Symposium ended the 3rd cycle of the Dragon Program and launched the 4th one. Dragon is a collaborative effort of ESA and the National Remote Sensing Centre of China (NRSCC).
Modeling cryospheric and hydrospheric processes across a wide range of spatial and temporal scales using a very diverse suite of ESA and Chinese satellite data is the focus of the Dragon Hydrospheric and Cryospheric Community. The presentation led a very interested audience to ask several questions, which were a clear indication of the potential relevance of H – TEP to the community.