Standing back looking forward: role of satellite remote sensing in the prediction of ungauged basins.

@inproceedings{Lakshmi2005StandingBL,
  title={Standing back looking forward: role of satellite remote sensing in the prediction of ungauged basins.},
  author={V. Lakshmi},
  year={2005}
}
The number of ungauged basins or under-gauged basins is continually on the increase. The main reason for this is lack of resources, both financial and personnel-based. The problem is greater in developing countries where the problem of inadequacy of water resources requires periodic monitoring for societal needs. In an ungauged catchment, in addition to lack of observations of streamflow (Q), there may not be observations of precipitation (P, which is obtained using raingauges from a… CONTINUE READING

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