Remote Sensing in Hydrology
Authors: Engman, Edwin T., Gurney, R.J.
`Given the wide range of parameters involved in hydrology, this book achieves an admirable summary of the application of remote sensing to the subject.'
International Journal of Remote Sensing
`The book is a welcome addition to my bookshelf and I recommend it to hydrologists wanting to find out about remote sensing and practitioners of remote sensing want to find out how to apply it to hydrology.'
Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology
`...an important compilation on the state of the art, that must be at the hand of any hydrologist or hydrogeologist.'
`...an excellent summary of current knowledge in the field of remote sensing applications in hydrology.'
Hydrological Sciences Journal
`a useful book for its purpose, this review of the recent advances of remote sensing and of its earth-scale application to hydrologic sciences is much appreciated.'
Bulletin of the American Meteorologic Society
`...it is appropriate that a thorough and detached review of the progress made in the remote detection of hydrological phenomena is made available... The authors are to be congratulated... The book is essential for all those wanting to teach about or gain an understanding of the current status of Earth observation in hydrology.'